Guantanamo Bay attorneys
Only American lawyers have been allowed to visit detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba. They have to go through security screening first. And they must agree that they can't speak from the notes they took during their meetings with their clients until they have been cleared for release.
Complaints from the detainees' attorneys
- Many of the lawyers have repeated claims that their clients have been abused, and are receiving inhumane treatment.
- Lawyers have reported that it was hard to establish trust with their clients, because:
- Guantanamo guards had warned them that the lawyers were either Jews or homosexuals.
- Guantanamo interrogators had previously used the interrogation technique "false flag", and represented themselves as their lawyers, in attempts to get the captives to divulge information they had withheld during their interrogations.
- Lawyers reported that the DoD had interfered with their ability to meet with their clients, telling them that they weren't spelling their names correctly.
- Lawyers reported that the DoD interfered with their ability to meet with their clients by both refusing to provide a government translator, and raising bogus national security concerns about the translators they proposed.
- The body that reviewed their notes, before they were able to consult them, was arbitrarily classifying their notes, so they couldn't consult them. Omar Khadr's lawyer Muneer Ahmad found, on his first visit to the secure centre which is the only place where the lawyers can review their notes, that almost the entire twenty pages of notes he took when he first met Khadr had been classified above his level of security clearance.
The Department of Defense maintains that "they see evidence of the al Qaeda-directed misinformation campaign in allegations of detainee abuse and mishandling of the Koran at Guantanamo Bay."
Guantanamo detainees' defense attorneys
|Muneer Ahmad||Omar Khadr||
|Elizabeth Ainslie||Abd Al Nasir Mohammed Abd Al Qadir Khantumani and Muhammed Khan Tumani|
|Omar Akbar||David Hicks|
|Jim R. Alsup||
|Emmanuel Altit||Mohamedou Ould Slahi||
|Trisha B. Anderson||17 Yemeni detainees in Guantanamo|
|David H. Anderson||Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.|
|John Anderson||5 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo|
|Sapna K. Anderson|
|Jennifer C. Argabright|
|Nadia Asancheyev||7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|Baher Azmy||Murat Kurnaz|
|Scott S. Barker|
|Barry C. Bartel|
|James W. Beane Jr.|
|Stacey Danielle Becker||Mourad Benchellali|
|Eric Berger||David Hicks|
|Michael Bhargava||Sabri Mohammed Ebrahim Al Qurashi||
|Cheryl Bormann||Walid bin Attash|
|L. Barrett ("Barry") Boss|
|David J. Bradford|
|Lt.Col. Yvonne Bradley||Binyam Mohamed||
|J. Patrick Briscoe||
|Patricia A. Bronte|
|Christopher D. Brown|
|Carol Elder Bruce||3 Egyptians|
|Lauren Brunswick||"Algerian Six"|
|Antony S. Burt||Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.|
|Lauren M. Butcher||Sabri Mohammed Ebrahim Al Qurashi||
|Howard Cabot||Noor Uthman Muhammed|
|Kelly A. Cameron|
|Charles H. Carpenter|
|Calvin C. Carr|
|Anne J. Castle|
|Jonathan G. Cedarbaum||assisted in Boumediene v. Bush|
|Christopher J. Cestaro|
|John A. Chandler||Mohammed Al-Adahi and 4 other Yemeni captives in Guantanamo|
|Erwin Chemerinsky||Salem Abdul Salem Ghereby|
|Pamela Chepiga||11 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo|
|Judith Brown Chomsky|
|George M. Clarke III||Hassan Anvar|
|Rachel Giesber Clingman||Salem Muhood Adem|
|Joshua Colangelo-Bryan||Bahraini captives in Guantanamo, including Juma Al Dossary and Abdulla Majid Al Naimi|
|Jeffrey D. Colman|
|Eric Columbus||attorney of record in portions of Boumediene v. Bush||
|Col. Jeffrey Colwell, USMC|
|James G. Connell, III||Ammar al-Baluchi||
|Jennifer R. Cowan||Ibrahim Othman Ibrahim Idris|
|Douglas Cox||Emad Abdullah Hassan and 10 other Yemeni captives in Guantanamo|
|Torey B. Cummings|
|David Cynamon||Kuwaiti captives in Guantanamo|
|Richard L. Cys||Abdul Haleem|
|George Daly||Mani Shaman Turki al-Habardi Al-Utaybi|
|Jeffrey J. Davis||Mani Shaman Turki al-Habardi Al-Utaybi||
|Joshua W. Denbeaux|
|Mark Denbeaux||Rafiq Bin Bashir Bin Jalud Al Hami and Lufti Bin Ali.|
|Michael B. DeSanctis||David Hicks|
|David G. Dickman|
|J. Wells Dixon||7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|Bernhard Docke||Murat Kurnaz||
|W. Matthew Dodge||
|Jim Dorsey||Ahcene Zemiri|
|Joshua L. Dratel|
|Michael Drumke||Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.|
|Theresa Duncan||Mohamedou Ould Slahi||
|Thomas Anthony Durkin||Abdul Raham Houari|
|Roger A. Eddleman|
|Dennis Edney||Abdullah Khadr and Omar Khadr||
|Patrick J. Ehlers||Nazar Gul|
|Jeffrey L. Ertel||
|Daniel M. Esrick||"Algerian Six"|
|Craig E. Estes||David Hicks|
|Marc D. Falkoff||17 Yemeni detainees|
|Scott L. Fenstermaker|
|Thomas Fleener||Ali Hamza Ahmed Sulayman al Bahlul|
|Mark C. Fleming||"Algerian Six"|
|Murray Fogler||Salem Muhood Adem|
|Paul T. Fortino|
|Tina Monshipour Foster|
|David Frakt||Mohammed Jawad|
|Eric M. Freedman|
|Agnieszka M. Fryszman|
|Avi S. Garbow|
|Elizabeth P. Gilson|
|Jeffrey S. Gleason|
|Neha Singh Gohil|
|Jenna M. Goldenberg||"Algerian Six"|
|Marc A. Goldman||David Hicks|
|H. Candace Gorman||Abdel Hamid Ibn Abdussalem Ibn Mifta Al Ghazzawi||
|R. David Gratz|
|Eldon V.C. Greenberg||
|Ayo K. Griffin|
|Richard A. Grigg|
|Gitanjali S. Gutierrez||
|Jonathan Hafetz||Jaralla Saleh Mohammed Kahla Al Marri||
|Suhana S. Han|
|Matthew K. Handley|
|Osman A. Handoo|
|Sarah Havens||11 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo|
|Christopher J. Herrling|
|Anthony W. Hill||
|Jeremy L. Hirsh|
|Ellen A. Hochberg|
|Clark Hodgson Jr.||
|Melissa Hoffer||"Algerian Six"|
|John Robert Holland|
|Nancy Hollander||Mohamedou Ould Slahi|
|Miranda Hooker||"Algerian Six"|
|Stephen Hopper||Mamdouh Habib|
|Christopher J. Huber|
|Gaillard T. Hunt||Saifullah Paracha|
|Kristine A. Huskey||Omar Khadr|
|Lt. Col. Jon S. Jackson||Mustafa Ahmed Al-Hawsawi, Omar Khadr, Majid Khan||
|Ketanji Brown Jackson||
|Beth D. Jacob||Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.|
|Andrew A. Jacobson||David Hicks|
|Tom R. Johnson Jr.|
|Paula M. Jones|
|Shayana D. Kadidal|
|Heather Lamberg Kafele||12 Kuwaiti captives in Guantanamo|
|Matthew B. Kaplan|
|Christopher G. Karagheuzoff|
|Neal Katyal||Salim Ahmed Hamdan|
|Zachary Katznelson||Sami al-Haj|
|Samuel C. Kauffman|
|Matthew Keller||7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|Paul F. Kemp|
|Elizabeth L. Kendall||David Hicks|
|Stephen Kenny||David Hicks||
|Mahvish Rukhsana Khan||1 Afghan detainee||
|Darold W. Killmer||
|Steven Killpack||Abdul Hafiz||
|Terence L. Kindlon||
|Rob Kirsch||"Algerian Six"|
|Jan K. Kitchel|
|Donald A. Klein||Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.|
|Jason M. Knott||17 Yemeni detainees|
|Neil H. Koslowe|
|Kenneth A. Kreuscher|
|Cmdr Suzanne Lachelier||Ramzi bin al-Shibh||
|Seth D. Lamden||Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.|
|Jeffrey I. Lang|
|Darren LaVerne||7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|Jason M. Leviton|
|Lietz C. Lietz III||
|Gregory M. Lipper||17 Yemeni detainees|
|Nicole ("Nikki") Livolsi|
|Lawrence S. Lustberg|
|J. Triplett Mackintosh|
|Matthew J. MacLean||Kuwaiti captives in Guantanamo|
|Edward B. MacMahon, Jr.|
|Susan Baker Manning||12 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|Joseph Margulies||Mamdouh Habib|
|Colonel Peter Masciola|
|Julia Tarver Mason||Majeed Abdullah Al Joudi, Abdul Rahman Shalabi|
|David McLeod||David Hicks|
|Amy J. McMaster|
|Joseph M. McMillan|
|Captain John Merriam||Omar Khadr||
|George Brent Mickum IV||Bisher Amin Khalil al-Rawi and Jamil al-Banna and Shaker Aamer|
|John R. Minock||
|Mitchell Y. Mirviss|
|John B. Missing|
|Michael E. Mone Jr.||
|Mariah E. Moran||
|Christopher L. Morgan||"Algerian Six"|
|Major Michael Mori USMC||David Hicks|
|Joseph J. Mueller||"Algerian Six"|
|Douglas R. Mulkoff||
|William E. Murane|
|Richard G. Murphy, Jr.||Mohammad Bawazir and four other Yemeni captives in Guantanamo|
|Arnold L. Natali, Jr.|
|Maya D. Nath|
|Brian J. Neff||Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.|
|William C. Newman||
|Jon W. Norris|
|W. Scott O'Connell|
|Steve Valerio O'Donnell||
|Matthew J. O'Hara||Umar Abdulayev|
|Stephen Oleskey||"Algerian Six"|
|Gareth Peirce||Tipton Three
|Charles H.R. Peters||Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.|
|Mary Manning Petras||
|Christian J. Pistilli|
|Eve R. Pogoriler|
|Allyson J. Portney||"Algerian Six"|
|Andrea J. Prasow||Salim Ahmed Hamdan||Served on Hamdan's defense team during his Military Commission.|
|Prescott Prince||Khalid Sheikh Mohammed|
|Lara G. Quint||
|Robert D. Rachlin||Djamel Saiid Ali Ameziane
Ghassan Abdullah al Sharbi
|Anant Raut||1 Saudi|
|Paul Stuart Reichler||Ibrahim al Qosi|
|David H. Remes||17 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo
|Michael W. Robinson|
|Sylvia Royce||Mohamedou Ould Slahi|
|Diana Rutowski||Zachariah al Baidany|
|Peter Ryan||Nasrat Khan|
|William Ryan, Jr.||
|Lowell E. Sachnoff||Walid Ibrahim Mustafa Abu Hijazi and several other detainees|
|Stephen T. Sady||
|Seema Saifee||Abdulghappar Turkistani|
|Christopher J. Schatz|
|Harry Schneider||Salim Ahmed Hamdan|
|Paul Schoeman||7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|Alison Sclater||7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|Randolph Stuart Sergent|
|Lieutenant Sharon Shaffer||.||
|Pratik Shah||"Algerian Six"|
|Edward M. Shaw|
|Joseph Shifer||7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|Marjorie M. Smith|
|Rebecca S. Snyder||Omar Khadr|
|Douglas A. Sondgeroth|
|Neal R. Sonnett|
|Lynne Campbell Soutter||"Algerian Six"|
|Clive Stafford Smith||35 detainees|
|Greg Smith||5 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo|
|Gary D. Sowards|
|Brent T. Starks||17 Yemeni detainees|
|Adrian Lee Steel, Jr.|
|Michael J. Sternhell||7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|Colonel Dwight H. Sullivan USMCR||.||
|Mark S. Sullivan|
|Patricia A. Sullivan|
|Thomas P. Sullivan|
|Philip Sundel||Ali Hamza Ahmed Sulayman al Bahlul|
|Timothy S. Susanin|
|Lieutenant Commander Charles Swift United States Navy||Salim Hamdan|
|Elizabeth Vranicar Tanis||5 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo|
|Julia L. Tarver||ten Saudis||
Helped ten Saudis.
|Joel Taylor||7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|William Teesdale||Adel Hamad
|Doris Tennant||Aziz Abdul Naji|||
|Wade A. Thomson|
|Eric Tirschwell||7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|Charles M. Travis|
|Mike Trinh||Adham Mohammed Ali Awad|
|Stephen M. Truitt||1 Yemeni and 1 Palestinian|
|Andrew W. Vail||David Hicks|
|Colby Vokey USMC||Omar Khadr|
|John Van Sickle|
|James (Bud) Walsh||Abdul Haleem|
|Carlos Warner||represents several detainees|
|Steve Wax||Adel Hamad
|Seth P. Waxman||represented detainees in Boumediene v. Bush before Supreme Court|
|Robert C. Weaver|
|Jason C. Welch|
|Bill Wertheimer, Jr.|
|Cody M. Weston|
|Kristin B. Wilhlem||5 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo|
|Sabin Willett||Uyghur captives in Guantanamo|
|Thomas Wilner||12 Kuwaiti captives in Guantanamo|
|Elizabeth A. Wilson|
|Lt. Col. Barry Wingard||Faiz Mohammed Ahmed Al Kandari|
|Elton Y. Wong|
|Gordon Woodward||Abd Al Nasir Mohammed Abd Al Qadir Khantumani and Muhammed Khan Tumani|
|Jeffrey C. Wu|
|Stephen Yagman||Salem Abdul Salem Ghereby||
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