Book Review: Denbeaux & Hafetz, The Guantánamo Lawyers

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  1. Interesting, but typical of liberal lawyers. Habeas should never have applied to any of the detainees. Habeas corpus is a right, and therefore requires somoe kind of responsibility, which the detainess did not hae. They are neither citizens of the United States, nor legal residents here. They chose to fight even after they were warned of severe consequences if they did. There’s much to refute here, including the nonsense of torture of even severe abuse at Gitmo. There was some abuse, but it went both way, meaning, the detainees abuse fo the guards was horrendous, and never reported on. From the liberal presses point of view, it was all about the bad guy U.S. against the poor, hlepless detainees. They may be poor, but they are not helpless. Learn more in my book: “Saving Grace at Guantanamo Bay: A Memoir of a Citizen Warrior,” about my time there, from February to June, 2002, as the ranking Army Medical Department officer. It is the real story of detention and medical operations, and about what happens when a Reservists is deployed.

    Sincerely, Montgomery Granger, Major, Medical Service, USAR (Ret.)