Guest Writings

As part of the Gitmo Observer’s mission to widely disseminate information about the legal proceedings at Guantanamo Bay, the Gitmo Observer collects and hosts the publications of Military Commission observers affiliated with other organizations granted “NGO Observer Status” by the U.S. Pentagon.

Hand, Mark, IU Provides Hoosier Troops Serving in Cuba with Taste of Homeinside IU (News for faculty and staff from the campuses of Indiana University, 30 March 2016.

Grant, Tyler, In a room with a TerroristThe Blaze, 10 March 2016.

Riley, K. Jack, Jerrold D. Green, Richard B. Goetz,  and  Michelle Kezirian, How to Fix Guantanamo’s Broken Justice, Newsweek7 March 2016.

Bush, Mike, Observers: Justice not served, Albuquerque Journal, 19 May 2015.

Brooks, Daniel, I went to Gitmo and all I got was this lousy T-shirt: Why the military proceedings against the alleged 9/11 co-conspirators are bad for New York Business, Crain’s New York Business, 27 April 2015.

Corn, Geoffrey S. and Dru Brenner-Beck, Exploring U.S. Treat Practice Through A Military Lens,  38 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 547 (2015).

Church, Charles R., The Military Commission Circus, Chapter 712, 25 February 2015. (Professor Church maintains an email mailing list. Sign up for the list or view his book: My Week in Guantanamo’s War Court.

Drake, B. Shaw, Unknown Impact of Torture on 9/11 Justice, Jurist, 14 January 2015.

Brandon, Heather, Another Gitmo Disappointment -The 9/11 Hearing That Wasn’tHuman Rights First, 19 December 2014.

Jura, Perlette Michèle, Thirteen Years After 9/11: Justice Eludes Us at Great CostHuffington Post Blog, 11 September 2014, updated 11 November 2014.

Jura, Perlette Michèle, Thirteen Years After 9/11: Justice Eludes Us at Great CostMs. Magazine Blog, 17 September 2014.

Malcolm, John G., What I Saw at Guantanamo Bay, The Daily Signal, 23 August 2014.

Cant, Rita, Guantanamo’s Layers of Lawyers, ACLU Blog of Rights, 20 August 2014.

Jenks, Chris, Report on Gitmo Hearings August 10-14, 2014, National Institute of Military Justice CAAFLOG Blog, 18 August 2014.

Jenks, Chris, The Long Costly Road Ahead, SMU Dedman School of Law Blog, 18 August, 2014.

Jenks, Chris, Life at Camp Justice, Guantanamo Bay, SMU Dedman School of Law Blog, 18 August, 2014.

Jenks, Chris, Camp X-Ray: From Cuban Refugees to Al-Qaida & Taliban Detainees, SMU Dedman School of Law Blog, 16 August, 2014.

Jenks, Chris, Guantanamo: Why the U.S. Has a Naval Base in CubaSMU Dedman School of Law Blog, 14 August, 2014.

Jenks, Chris, Jenks’ Tweets from Gitmo#SMU Dedman School of Law Blog, 14 August, 2014.

Jenks, Chris, Down the Rabbit Hole: Notes from Camp Justice, SMU Dedman School of Law Blog, Guantanamo Bay, 11 August 2014.

Mehler, Gordon & Philip Hilder, It’s High Time the 9/11 Five Were Brought to TrialNewsweek (Opinion), 18 September 2015.

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One comment

  1. I am a victim’s mother and going down to observe the tribunals Dec. 7-11. This is my second trip. First I was chosen by lottery January 2013. This time my daughter was chosen and I”m accompanying her. Will anyone from your group be there? I’d love to meet.

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