Seton Hall Law’s Center for Policy & Research publishes latest Guantánamo Report: DEATH IN CAMP DELTA.
This most recent Center report examines and finds dramatic flaws in the government’s investigation of three simultaneous deaths of detainees in Guantánamo Bay. In addition, the report raises serious questions about the circumstances of death.
“Death in Camp Delta,” is the Center for Policy & Research’s fifteenth “GTMO Report.” This most recent report examines and finds dramatic flaws in the government’s investigation of the three simultaneous deaths of detainees in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba in June, 2006, and raises serious questions about the circumstances of death. Prior Reports have been cited by Congress, the U.S. federal courts, European Parliament, and in thousands of newspapers, magazines, television and radio broadcasts and online outlets throughout the world.
Professor Mark Denbeaux, Report co-author, Director of the Center for Policy and Research and co-editor of the recently published book, “The Guantanamo Lawyers, Inside a Prison Outside the Law,” stated: “There are two possibilities here. Either the investigation is a cover up of gross dereliction of duty, or it is a cover up of something far more chilling.”