Wednesday, June 14, 2006  

From the Guantanamo/torture files...

It's a little hard to get adequate representation, or even noticed for that matter when the warden won't mail your letters.
Saifullah Paracha is apparently an eternal optimist. In March, after 18 months in Guantánamo, Paracha, 58, decided to write a letter to 98 U.S. senators describing his plight. The senators haven't responded, though it's hard to blame them. They don't know the letters exist. The Department of Defense won't release them for delivery.

"He lived in the United States," says Paracha's lawyer G. T. Hunt. "He's a pro-American person. He believes in American justice. He believes that if he can get a hearing he'll get out."

This from Radio Australia: all 96 Afghan citizens being held in Guantanamo are scheduled to be released. providential.

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