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Defending 'club gulag'

U.S. leaders scurry to justify the cruel and flagrantly unjust prison camp for Muslims at Guantanamo Bay, one of the U.S.'s post-9/11 exercises in totalitarian impulses.
ERIC MARGOLIS, Special to The Free Press   2005-06-19 02:56:01  



This week, Representative Duncan Hunter, chair-person of the powerful House armed services committee, went on TV to refute charges by Amnesty International that the Bush administration is running "the gulag of our time" at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.




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