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Monday, 11th January 2010

ACLU Files Suit Against Library of Congress on Behalf of ex-Guantanamo Prosecutor

From the Post:

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a lawsuit [complaint, PDF; press release] on Friday against the Library of Congress on behalf Col. Morris Davis, the former chief prosecutor for the Guantanamo Bay military commissions. Davis, who was employed at Library's Congressional Research Service (CRS), resigned as the military commissions' chief prosecutor in October 2007. Following his recognition, Davis became an outspoken critic of the commissions, including writing articles, giving speeches, and testifying before Congress that the system is fundamentally flawed.

Read the Full Text of the Complaint Filed in this Law Suit.

The JURIST post has much more.

Source: JURIST (University of Pittsburgh)


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