Vincent Warren

Executive Director, Center for Constitutional Rights

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Executive Director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, which represents some detainees at Guantánamo

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In a military courtroom in Guantánamo today, the confessed mastermind of the 9/11 attacks told a judge that he wants to fire his legal team, due to religious reasons.

Guantanamo Hearing Begins for 9/11 Suspects

In a military courtroom in Guantánamo today, the confessed mastermind of the 9/11 attacks told a judge that he wants to fire his legal team, due to religious reasons.

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Democrats are talking about "a cover up" and "obstruction of justice."

CIA Admits Destroying Interrogation Videotapes

Democrats are talking about "a cover up" and "obstruction of justice."

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Today's papers report the written confessions of the man who claims he was not only the mastermind of September 11, but also responsible for 30 other terror attacks and plans to…

In His Confession, Is Mohammed Exaggerating His Role?

Today's papers report the written confessions of the man who claims he was not only the mastermind of September 11, but also responsible for 30 other terror attacks and plans to…

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