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Bad Men: Guantanamo Bay and the Secret Prisons / Clive Stafford Smith

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Paperback 313 Pages
£8.99

The men held at the US detention facility of Guantanamo are supposedly the worst of the world's terrorists. Human rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith is one of the few individuals who has had independent access to the prison. He has represented more than fifty of the inmates and spent many weeks in their company. Through the prisoners' stories in this book, he explores the steep human costs of jettisoning the rule of law to combat terrorism. 

The men held at the US detention facility of Guantanamo are supposedly the worst of the world's terrorists. Human rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith is one of the few individuals who has had independent access to the prison. He has represented more than fifty of the inmates and spent many weeks in their company. Through the prisoners' stories in this book, he explores the steep human costs of jettisoning the rule of law to combat terrorism.