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Shows featuring Shana Edwards

  • Seton Hall Law Students Discover U.S. Military Routinely Videotaping Gitmo Interrogations Guantanamo-aust03
    A report by twenty-seven students and graduate research fellows from the New Jersey-based Seton Hall University School of Law reveals that the US government routinely videotaped the 24,000 interrogations conducted in Guantanamo Bay between 2002 and 2005. The Pentagon denies the charges. We speak to two of the report’s co-authors. [includes rush transcript]
    February 18, 2008 | Story