Document Type

Article

Publication Date

3-4-2009

Abstract

Professor Jennifer Moore of the University of New Mexico School of Law said her work in international law led her to concerns that treatment of Guantanamo prisoners has created people more likely to commit acts of terrorism against the United States.

Moore, who worked with refugees of the Rwandan genocide, said that in dealing with the remaining Guantanamo prisoners, "We should keep in mind not just legality, but the legacy of how the U.S. is looking to prevent terrorism. Due process may be the strongest tool."

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Albuquerque Journal

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