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A Glimmer of Hope? The Supremes and Guantanamo

Security, freedom and due process

Two appellate courts rule against Bush administration detentions

Delay in Hicks trial 'an injustice': Pentagon-cleared lawyer


Why Saddam is luckier than some
As a prisoner of war, Iraq's despot has rights David Hicks and Marndouh Habib dream of.

Truth, justice - and the American way
Lawyers fear the military trial of Australian David Hicks could be a farce

Let law rule in the fight for freedom
Guantanamo Bay is a legal black hole. The US Supreme Court can end that affront to justice.

A Glimmer of Hope? The Supremes and Guantanamo

Security, freedom and due process

Two appellate courts rule against Bush administration detentions

Delay in Hicks trial 'an injustice': Pentagon-cleared lawyer

Hicks's lawyer stopped from speaking publicly

Father may be in the dark on Hicks

The view from ... Guantanamo Bay
"After being a little slow on the uptake, American newspapers are finally asking questions"

US fires Guantanamo defence team

People the law forgot

In the dock of Guantanamo Bay
Edited extracts from the 27th FA Mann Lecture on Tuesday by Lord Steyn, one of Britain's most senior judges and a law lord


Defence concern for 'Aussie Taliban'

Hicks to get Vegemite, hope

Hicks army lawyer promises justice

Jihad Jack' case collapses

UK minister blocking Guantanamo releases


Habib lawyer: promises 'just a distraction'.

Downer backs US over detention of Hicks, Habib

After two years in Cuba, Hicks wins the right to phone home

US releases 20 detainees, transfers 20 more to Cuba

U.S. releases Canadian detained in Guantanamo

Robert McClelland: House of Representatives, 25 November 2003

5 Pakistanis Freed From Guantánamo


Habib's wife confronts PM on radio

Hopes raised over Guantanamo Britons

US Supreme Court decision on Guantanamo detainees welcomed by
Amnesty International
 (.pdf file - 97 Kb )

Guantanamo Bay - Howard’s Waterloo - Media Release
Michael Organ MP - Greens (.pdf file - 71 Kb )

Father Brian Gore in Cage protest on Hicks detention

Guantanamo's 'child soldiers' in limbo

Danish Red Cross deplores Guantanamo detentions

CCR Guantanamo Case to be Reviewed by Supreme Court

U.S.: Bush-Blair Talks Must Ensure Fair Trials at Guantanamo

Global Eye -- The Inhuman Stain

Meanwhile 4,000 miles away in Guantanamo Bay, 660 prisoners have no idea when they will be freed


Inside Gauntanamo - Transcript of program broadcast on
BBC One on Sunday, 5 October, 2003
( 17p., pdf file, 90Kb)

First Trial By Tribunal 'Imminent,' Official Says 6 Al Qaeda Suspects Chosen as Eligible.
by John Mintz, Washington Post Staff Writer

A Constitution of Convenience. The government can't have it both ways
Andrew P. Napolitano, was a judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey

Charges expected as Hicks isolated

U.S PRISONERS Indefinite detention unnecessary
by Bruce Laingen (was the highest-ranking U.S. official held hostage in Iran )

Guantanamo Bay detainee's family speaks with WSWS Why isn't the US military up on trial for terrorism?

Red Cross blasts U.S. over detainees

Torture Allegations - Statement from Robert McClelland MP (pdf file)

Terry Hicks interviewed on SBS - August 27, 2003

“Howard is clutching at straws, but they’re getting shorter”  
Terry Hicks ( David's father) speaks to WSWS on return from overseas

David Hicks Birthday Party - by Claudia Raddatz

US Admits Doesn't Know How Many Held in Guantanamo

The law and Camp Delta
A statement from an international panel of leading legal authorities


My son treated worse than a dog
HIiCKS FATHER SPELLS OUT HIS ANGER IN A NEW YORK STREET CAGE.

Right or Wrong, Hicks Deserves Justice,  by Senator Linda Kirk

US delays trying Australians    news.com.au - July 19 2003

US putting American Justice on Trial   Financial Times, London, 16 July 2003
( .pdf file 277 Kb, 2 pages, requires Acrobat Reader)

Australian and British governments claim military trials will be “fair”
from wsws.org

No return for David Hicks   The Age - July 20, 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

A second Australian citizen,  Mamdouh Habib.,  is now also detained in Camp X-Ray.


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


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