Commentary: Lawyers Bashed for Representing Guantanamo Detainees

A Pentagon official apologized for what two Atlanta law firms called a “crass attempt at economic blackmail.” But a columnist for the Atlanta Journal Constitution says Deputy Assistant Defense Secretary Charles Stimson should be fired for suggesting that the firms, which provide pro bono representation to Guantanamo inmates, were taking money from terrorists.


“U.S. official terrorizes Atlanta firms”
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 18, 2007

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