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18 de Febrero de 2008

Estudiantes de Derecho de Seton Hall descubren que el ejército graba de forma rutinaria los interrogatorios de Guantánamo

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Un informe elaborado por 27 estudiantes de grado y de postgrado de la facultad de derecho de la Universidad Seton Hall de Nueva Jersey, revela que el gobierno grabó de forma rutinaria los 24.000 interrogatorios realizados en la Bahía de Guantánamo entre 2002 y 2005. El Pentágono rechaza las acusaciones. Hablamos con dos de los autores del informe.

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