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This State Department memo appears to be a set of talking points to respond to possible questions relating to Guantanamo. The memo discusses the classification of detainees and explains why the Al-Qaida and Taliban detainees do not qualify for ...
Nov. 23, 2004
Non-legal Memo
Katherine M. Gorove, Harry R. Melone
Email requests clearance for a Q & A on Detainee Issues. the commeents from Ms. Abercrombie is "All, the attached Q&A is 99% the same as one cleared last week. Please review and clear by 1200 tomorrow. This is for D's briefing to the SASC on ...
Email exchanes concerning the Sec. of State's upcoming testimony. Heavily redacted.
Jan. 12, 2005
Katherine M. Gorove
JoAnn J. Dolan
Katherine M. Gorove, Joshua L. Dorosin
State Department cable on addressing the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention report that was critical of the U.S. and the detention of Taliban and Al-Qaeda fighters in Guantanamo. The cable instructs the U.S. representatives that the "U.S. ...
Dec. 17, 2004
JoAnn J. Dolan, Katherine M. Gorove
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.
Email from Tamara K. Fitgerald to Winston E. Mann, Katherine M. Gorove and Sandra L. Hodgkinson re: Final Ramcharan Report on Iraq
Dec. 17, 2004
Tamara K. Fitzgerald
Winston E. Mann | Katherine M. Gorove | Sandra L. Hodgkinson | Richard Pregent
Katherine M. Gorove
Fowarded message from Mark Lagon, Dep. Asst. Sec. Of State for International Organization Affairs states that Kim Holmes wated to see a final version of the edits to the US government submission on detainees to clear before it was dispatched.
Dec. 17, 2004
Michael A. Butler
Winston E. Mann
Michael G. Kozak, Katherine M. Gorove, Mark P. Lagon
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.