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Guantanamo Bay:   How Should  We  Respond?
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Diana Kiselyuk Professor Smith-Wenning Guantanamo Bay Teach-In Kiselyuk 1 The people of Cuba don’t want Americans near their island. They have  attempted several times to make this quite clear by shutting off the water at the  prison and other nuisances. Yet the United States continues to be firm on not  caring to leave their jurisdiction. The Detainee Treatment Ac was passed by Congress and stated that  restricting habeas corpus is unconstitutional. Not long after did the government  realize that several Supreme Court decisions still cannot impact the lives of over  450 detainees. Meanwhile we continue to fight for American values near Cuba. There are two main problems with obtaining testimony. The presenter  explained that defending a detainee is like playing the childhood game,  ‘Telephone.’ You can try to get a testimony; however there is an interpreter,  whose translation is never one hundred percent accurate, and then the testimony 
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ANTHROPOLO 113 taught by Professor Smith-wenning during the Fall '06 term at Monmouth University-West Long Branch.

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