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This email exchange between State Department officials concerns an upcoming meeting to address the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) report on detainees.
Email with attachment of State Department talking popints to address questions concerning Al-Qaeda and Taliban detainees. Mr. Kaye writes in his comments "Folks - As many of you know, our posts abroad are geiting easing ilijibbef of questions ...
Jan. 12, 2005
Email
David A. Kaye
Kara L. Bue
David A. Kaye, Kara L. Bue, James Burger , James H. Thessin, Edward R. Cummings, Evan T. Bloom, David W. Bowker
DOS Cover Sheet re: Routing and Transmittal Slip with the handwritten note "looks like the ball is in petitioner's court."
This State Department email is a forwarding of several emails initiated by David A. Kaye with attachments described as: 1) A basic law of armed conflict paper for the interagency; 2) Contingency press guidance on the status of persons captured ...
State Department talking points and press guidance on discussing the legal status of the Guantanamo detainees. The memo states that the legal status currently being reviewed and that the detainees are being treated humanely.
Dec. 30, 2004
Non-legal Memo
David A. Kaye, James H. Thessin, Evan T. Bloom
State Department email from David W. Bowker to Joshua Dorosin forwarding an email from Evan Bloom on press guidance and talking points on the legal status of the Guantanamo detainees held by the U.S.. Attachment not included.
This is a State department Talking points and press guidance memo concerning the legal basis for the U.S. holding detainees at Guantanamo. The talking points highlight that the detainees are "enemy Combatants" and not Prisoners of War (POWs) and ...
Emails between State Department officials concerning an article concerning the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) re-visiting the Guantanamo detainees. The email portion is heavily redacted.
Emails discuss a summary on standards of interrogation of detainees at Guantanamo. [Document not included].
This State Department memo addresses the issue of transferring and repatriating the Guantanamo detainees against the requirements of the Geneva Convention. The memo highlights the Geneva Convention provision which states, in part, "POWs shall be ...
Dec. 30, 2004
Non-legal Memo
David W. Bowker
David W. Bowker, William Howard Taft, IV, James H. Thessin, Edward R. Cummings, Brent E. Blaschke
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