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Ms. Sanford attacheda document with notes on the Guantanamo detainee issue from the American Bar Association meeting of February 24, 2004 with the following comment: "Marc Bonora (an attorney at Kirkland Ellis and classmate of mine) and I ...
This State department cable concerns a meeting between Amb. Pierre-Richard Prosper and Jakob Kellenberger, President of the International Committee for the Red Cross. The discussion focused on detention issues regarding Guantanamo, Iraq, and ...
Nov. 23, 2004
Pierre-Richard Prosper, Edward R. Cummings
Email exchanges concerning clearance for Q&A for D on release of torture documents "in case arises in context of Iraq testimony".
Emails concerning press guidance regarding the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) and their February 2004 report.
This State Department memo is a partial of a larger memo entitled "Interrogations and Army Regulations". and states "The Geneva Convention on Prisoners of War provides that "no physical or mental torture, nor any other form of coercion, may be ...
Jan. 12, 2005
Non-legal Memo
Edward R. Cummings, Todd F. Buchwald, James H. Thessin
Email from Robert Harris forwarding an email with and attached news article entitled "Pentagon Report set framework for use of torture."
Email from Katherine MGorove to Vernell Staten and Mark P. Lagon re: Time Sensitive Request: PA Tasking. Partially redacted; involves setting up a meeting to discuss the OHCHR to release a report on human rights in Iraq.
Emails discuss talking points for use by the U.S. expert on the Committee Against Torture, discussing what the U.S. will say in response to prisoner abuses in Iraq. Talking points included.
The original email includes a Reuters news article entitled: "Pentagon Opposes Independent Prison Abuse Probe." The article reports that the Pentagon opposed calls from human rights groups for an independent investigation of detainee abuse.