Marc Falkoff

Attorney representing 16 Yemeni detainees at Guantanamo Bay

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Attorney representing 16 Yemeni detainees at Guantanamo Bay; editor of Poems from Guantanamo: The Detainees Speak, and Assistant Professor at Northern Illinois University College of Law

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Late today, President Obama said  he still plans to close Guantánamo Bay , where half the 198 remaining prisoners are from Yemen.  But, since Yemen is now tied to the failed…

Should Prisoners at Guantanamo Bay Be Sent Home to Yemen?

Late today, President Obama said he still plans to close Guantánamo Bay , where half the 198 remaining prisoners are from Yemen.  But, since Yemen is now tied to the failed…

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At least one Yemeni detainee sent home from Guantánamo Bay by the Bush Administration reportedly joined al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.

Should Prisoners at Guantanamo Bay Be Sent Home to Yemen?

At least one Yemeni detainee sent home from Guantánamo Bay by the Bush Administration reportedly joined al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.

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