Morris Davis

US Air Force (retired)

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Former chief prosecutor of Guantánamo Military Commissions during the Bush Administration (2005-2007); former professor of law at Howard University

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In a rare  speech  from the oval office last night, President Obama tried to bolster the morale of Americans.

The Commander in Chief and the Evolution of Terrorism

In a rare speech from the oval office last night, President Obama tried to bolster the morale of Americans.

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In 2008, candidate Barack Obama accused George W. Bush of abusing the power of the presidency to establish the prison at Guantánamo Bay.

Guantánamo, the Constitution and Presidential Politics

In 2008, candidate Barack Obama accused George W. Bush of abusing the power of the presidency to establish the prison at Guantánamo Bay.

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Since 2002, the "detention center" at Guantánamo Bay in Cuba has held almost 800 prisoners.

Guantánamo Bay: The Unmet Promise

Since 2002, the "detention center" at Guantánamo Bay in Cuba has held almost 800 prisoners.

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