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A current and comprehensive list of CCR's press releases, press statements, and case updates dating back to 2003.
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May 20, 2008, WASHINGTON, D.C. — Guantanamo attorneys, experts, and – for the first time - a former detainee today testified to Congress to call for a solution for the approximately 50 refugees still imprisoned at Guantánamo and unable to… Read More >>
May 20, 2008, New York – Newly declassified notes from Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) attorney Gitanjali Gutierrez’s meetings with her client, Mohammed al Qahtani, earlier this month reveal that he attempted suicide in early April after he learned death… Read More >>
May 19, 2008, New York, NY – Today, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) served a subpoena on the RAND Corporation as part of CCR’s racial profiling lawsuit against the New York City Police Department (NYPD), Floyd, et al. v.… Read More >>
May 19, 2008, New York, NY – Today, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) requested hearings on a new federal database that would require the collection of millions of new DNA samples and keep them on file permanently. CCR also… Read More >>
May 16, 2008, MIAMI and MONTPELIER, Vt. - The Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), along with American Civil Liberties Union affiliates in Florida, Vermont and Massachusetts, today filed a joint friend-of-the-court brief in Vilaseca v. U.S. Department of Treasury, a… Read More >>
May 13, 2008, New York – Center for Constitutional Rights attorneys learned last night that Military Commission charges against their client, Mohammed al Qahtani, were dropped. He had originally been charged as one of six in a 9/11 conspiracy… Read More >>
Los Angeles, California, May 5, 2008 – New torture claims have been leveled at two U.S. military contractors by a former Abu Ghraib “ghost” detainee who was wrongly imprisoned and later released without charge, according to a lawsuit filed today… Read More >>