Government's Assurances of Humane Treatment Can't Be Trusted

Boston Phoenix | August 7, 2004
Just last month, the Supreme Court heard three cases concerning the rights of "enemy combatants" being held at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, and in U.S. Naval brigs off the American coast. One issue at stake is whether the government -- specifically President Bush -- should be trusted to handle prisoners in an appropriate manner.

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