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11 de Octubre de 2007

“Transbordador de las ocho en punto a sotavento”: El abogado de
presos de Guantánamo Clive Stafford Smith habla sobre la búsqueda de
justicia en “el buque insignia de las prisiones secretas”


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Clive Stafford Smith es director legal de la organización benéfica británica Reprieve y representa a más de 50 presos de Guantánamo. Ha escrito un libro en el que detalla la historia secreta de cómo es la vida en lo que describe como el “buque insignia” de las prisiones secretas: “Eight O’Clock Ferry to the Windward Side: Seeking Justice in Guantanamo Bay” (Transbordador de las ocho en punto a sotavento: la búsqueda de la justicia en Guantánamo).

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