Jennifer Gibson

Reprieve

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US-trained lawyer with Reprieve, a human rights advocacy organization, representing a number of civilian victims of US drone strikes

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Drones have become a hallmark of the Obama Administration's assault against suspected terrorists all over the world, including in countries where the US is not officially at war.

Unmanned Drones and "Collateral Damage"

Drones have become a hallmark of the Obama Administration's assault against suspected terrorists all over the world, including in countries where the US is not officially at war.

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