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An up-to-date archive of major press coverage of CCR's work and opinion pieces. Articles are available either on the original publisher's site or as a PDF.
A legal group filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit on Monday asking that videotapes showing the interrogation of a terror detainee at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, be made public.
A new federal lawsuit seeks to force the U.S. government to make public “extremely disturbing” videotapes of a Saudi national, Mohammed al-Qahtani, whose abuse at the Guantanamo Bay prison has been called “torture” by a…
CCR Legal Director, Baher Azmy, elaborates on President Obama’s biggest failed promise: how after 10 years since the prison camp opened, and three years after Obama pledged to close it, Guantánamo goes on.
CCR Executive Director, Vince Warren, explains the importance and need of closing Guantánamo, before its travesty of justice continues into another decade.
A lawsuit filed Monday seeks to force the U.S. government to make public the videotapes of harsh interrogation carried out on Mohammed al-Qahtani. Lawyers for the Center for Constitutional Rights said the videos have been…
Two years after the Secure Communities immigration enforcement program was implemented, federal officials determined that choices available to local law enforcement agencies that wished to decline or limit their participation would be "streamlined" or "eliminated,"…
Five years after his release, and near the tenth anniversary of the opening of Guantánamo Bay detention center, CCR client Murat Kurnaz, and author of “Five Years of My Life: An Innocent Man in Guantánamo,”…
On January 11 it will have been a decade since the first of the men we once called “the worst of the worst” were brought to Guantánamo Bay. In the intervening years much has improved…
New documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request by CCR client Ryan Shapiro show the FBI tracking animal videotapers and activists as domestic terrorists.
The Center for Constitutional Rights has filed two appeals to the Army and may file additional appeals in an attempt to gain access to the closed-door sessions in the Manning case.