"darker, larger black hole than Guantanamo"

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(detention center at Bagram Air Force Base)

Journalist detained for reporting

Thursday, July 24, 2008

If journalists in war zones must now fear indefinite detention by the U.S. military for routine reporting on an enemy, then there is a fundamental and crucial departure from both the U.S. Constitution and the Geneva Conventions in the manner in which the United States is perpetrating the war on terrorism.


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