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AUDIO: Guantánamo, 2002-2007

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January 11, 2007

This week marks five years since the first detainees arrived at Guatánamo Bay’s Camp X-Ray.

After hundreds of detentions and two Supreme Court decisions rejecting the administration’s detention policies at Gitmo, the legal status of the detainees there remains unresolved and the fight continues to end unlawful detention and the denial of due process.

In a new ACLU podcast, Legal Director Steve Shapiro talks about what is at stake in the legal battle over Guantánamo, detention and the Military Commissions Act.

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