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Rumsfeld Says Terror Suspects Will Be Held

Hicks may 'never escape'. -

Hicks may face death sentence - The Australian

Hicks will get fair trial: PM

Terry Hicks ( David's father ) protests in a cage outside Liberal Party Convention.

( Photo's included )
Death chamber for terrorists
  The Daily Telegraph, 07/06/2003

Knowing the real David

 Britain asks US to resolve Guantanamo situation. The News 11/06/2003

 Jack Thomas is now FREE and back home in Australia. (more details here)
Pakistan to release Australian Jack Thomas after five months jail without charge

Pentagon criticised over looming Guantanamo Bay trial,   Sydney Morning Herald May 24

Camp Delta lacks nothing, but freedom   Sydney Morning Herald May 26

No request to return Hicks   News May 29

U.S. Seeking Guantánamo Defense Staff,  New York Times May 22

Petition Tabled Re: David Hicks Senator Linda Kirk, Federal Parliament - March 21, 2003

In Guantanamo and in Iraq. Sydney Morning Herald, March 31st. 2003

Fate of Prisoners From Afghan War Remains Uncertain New York Times, April 24, 2003

The Forgotten Australians The Age,  May 8th, 2003

Legal action explored to free Hicks The Age,  May 5th, 2003

US Detains Children At Guantanamo Bay - Guardian, April 23, 2003

One rule for them. The Age - March 26th, 2003
The US is angry at Iraqi breaches of the Geneva Convention, but is itself guilty of breaking the rules of war, writes George Monbiot

Principle left to rot in a foreign cell.   Australian January 15, 2003

PM 'wont help Cuba detainees'

Rights missing in action and still Labor can't stop the rot..

New revelations about Guantanamo Bay prisoners   - 3 January 2003
A recent story in the Los Angeles Times reports that at least 10 percent of the 625 war prisoners captured in Afghanistan and now held at the notorious US naval base prison in Guantanamo Bay have “no meaningful connection” with the Taliban or Al Qaeda.

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