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Emails discuss a statement by Colin L. Powell regarding Uyghur detainees. Mr. Powell apparently stated in an article (link provided) that the Uyghur detainees would not be sent back to China.
Emails discuss a Radio Free Asia article reporting that the U.S. will not send Uyghur detainees, currently detained in Guantanamo Bay, back to China. Article is attached to message.
This is a series of forwarded emails of a news article from Radio Free Asia (RFA) entitled "Powell Says U.S. Won't Send Uyghurs Back to China." Messages between recipients have been redacted. The comments of the mail recipients is redacted.
Emails refer to the release of Russian Guantanamo detainees released by Russian Procuracy. A document is attached to the emails. [Document is not included].
Email forwarded from Jonathan Crock to Ronald Miller containing talking points on torture (mostly dealing with Guantanamo) used for last year's Human Rights Report rollout. Mr. Crock's comments are "Do we have any new guidance on no torture at GTMO?"
Emails between Ronald W. Miller and Christopher N. Camponovo in response to a query by the Mexico City Embassy requesting information on children detained at Guantanamo. Mr. Miller responds that the DoD will only acknowledge that all detainees at ...
Dec. 17, 2004
Ronald W. Miller
Christopher N. Camponovo
Ronald W. Miller, Christopher N. Camponovo
Email from Diana Valderrama to Jonathan Crock and Ronald W. Miller in response to the Embassy in Mexico City requesting guidance in answering an Amnesty International inquiry on the treatment of detainees who are children. Ms. Valderrama's ...
Dec. 17, 2004
Diana Valderrama
Jonathan M. Crock | Ronald W. Miller
Christopher N. Camponovo, Jonathan M. Crock, Ronald W. Miller
Email from David P. Stewart to James Hergan, Ronald J. Bettauer, Gilda M. Brancato and Others re: Lawyers Against Torture. Email states that some of the recipients' good friends are signatories of a Lawyers Against Torture statement.