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Judge says US held Afghan man unlawfully at Guantanamo Bay

News24 22 Oct 2021
Asadullah Haroon Gul who was denied access to a lawyer, and held for 14 years at Guantanamo without charge; is now ordered freed ... .
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A Step Toward Justice for Guantanamo Detainee

Human Rights Watch 22 Oct 2021
In a small step toward justice, a United States federal judge ruled this week that because Haroon Gul, an Afghan held at Guantanamo Bay, was not a member of Al-Qaeda or an associated force, the US had no legal basis for detaining him ... Most men held at Guantanamo, including Haroon, have not been charged with a crime.
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Federal judge rules detention of Guantanamo detainee is unlawful

News-Press Now 21 Oct 2021
A federal judge ruled that the detention of one of the 39 detainees being held at the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay is unlawful, according to the detainee's lawyer ... Gul has been detained at Guantanamo since June 2007 ... This is the first time a detainee at the Guantanamo Bay prison has won a habeas petition in ten years, Plochocki said.
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National Drug Screening: Common Drug Test Questions and Problems in the Workplace Testing Process

Space Coast Daily 20 Oct 2021
National Drug Screening is located on W. Hibiscus Boulevard in Melbourne. Employers conducting employee drug testing have questions or confusion about issues that turn up in the workplace drug testing process ... ■ Shy Bladder ... ■ 2003 – Traveled to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to help implement a drug testing program and collector training courses for employees ... .
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US says Guantanamo detainee can pen letter about torture

Frederick News-Post 19 Oct 2021
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration says it will allow a Guantanamo Bay detainee to provide information to Polish officials about his torture in CIA custody following the 9/11 attacks ... .
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US tells Supreme Court Guantanamo detainee can give limited testimony

News24 19 Oct 2021
The Biden administration has informed the Supreme Court that a suspected high-ranking al-Qaeda figure held at Guantanamo Bay can provide limited testimony about his torture ... .
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DOJ says Guantanamo detainee can testify about his CIA torture

The Hill 19 Oct 2021
The Department of Justice (DOJ) said in a letter to the Supreme Court last week that a Guantanamo Bay detainee will be allowed to testify about�the alleged torture he experienced ... The U.S. had previously denied a request from Polish prosecutors for�Zubaydah's testimony in 2015 ... Zubaydah was captured in Pakistan in 2002, with the U.S ... ....
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U.S. says Guantanamo detainee can write letter about torture

The Philadelphia Tribune 19 Oct 2021
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration says it will allow a Guantanamo Bay detainee to provide information to Polish officials about his torture in CIA custody following the 9/11 attacks ... 11, 2001 attacks on New York and Washington ... The U.S ... Zubaydah spent four years at CIA black sites before being transferred to Guantanamo in 2006 ... 1 ... ....
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Guantanamo Bay detainee could give evidence on torture

The National 18 Oct 2021
High-ranking Al Qaeda figure will be allowed to discuss his torture at the hands of the CIA ....
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Guantanamo detainee can testify about torture in Poland, DOJ says

CBS News 18 Oct 2021
During oral arguments this month, several justices asked whether Abu Zubaydah could testify about his treatment at a CIA detention facility in the early 2000s ... .
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U.S. Says Guantanamo Detainee Can Tell Polish Officials About His Treatment In CIA Custody

Newsweek 18 Oct 2021
After originally redacting his declaration, the government has granted permission to Guantanamo Bay detainee to speak to Polish officials about his torture while in CIA custody ....
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Guantanamo detainee can pen letter on CIA mistreatment, US says

Al Jazeera 18 Oct 2021
The Biden administration has informed the US Supreme Court that it would allow a Guantanamo Bay detainee to testify in a letter about being mistreated by the CIA ... Zubaydah is one of 39 detainees who remain at Guantanamo, which has housed nearly 800 detainees linked to the US’s so-called “war on terror” since 2002.
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Biden admin tells Supreme Court that Guantanamo detainee can provide limited testimony

News-Press Now 18 Oct 2021
Fletcher, who appeared surprised by the question, responded that Zubaydah is subject to the same restrictions that apply to similar detainees at Guantanamo.
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