Amanda L. Jacobsen

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This week marks 10 years that my client Abu Zubaida has been held in U.S. custody. After a decade of imprisonment, Abu Zubaida has never been charged with a crime, much less found guilty. This week there was movement: Charges were unveiled — not against Abu Zubaida but against a senior government official involved in the CIA’s rendition program.

The development occurred in Poland, where the former head of the Polish intelligence services is charged with unlawful deprivation of liberty, abuse of office by a public official, unlawful corporal punishment (i.e., torture) and — notably — unlawful deprivation of access to a court of justice.…  Seguir leyendo »