Friday, October 21, 2005

"The real hopelessness that is driving this strike

at Guantanmo is that they [the 'detainees'] have no idea when, if ever, justice will be done for them."

Julia Tarver, attorney with the New York City-based law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP and cooperating counsel with the Center for Constitutional Rights, on DemocracyNow!

The torture at Gitmo continues. As does the silence of the U.S. Press.

The Washington Post doesn't seem to have an article since September 13th.

NPR's last story was on September 14th.

CNN's last story seems to have been on October 7th.

UPI has a report dated October 19th, about one detainee being "hospitalized."

ABCNews has a report from yesterday that leads with the denial of abuse. It's an AP report, the same one the New York Times ran yesterday. The article leas with the denial, and notes several paragraphs down that it is a response to affidavits released by a federal court Thursday.

Xinhuanet leads with the affidavits, and includes Dr. Moore's denial after.

We report. You decide. "We don't report, so you don't have to decide."

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