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ISN27 Forever prisoner Uthman Abdul Rahim Mohammed Uthman, a Yemeni. He won his habeas corpus lawsuit on Feb. Appeals Court for the District of Columbia Circuit, which overturned the release order on March 29, 2011. uk canada goose sale A national security parole panel, called a Periodic Review Board, upheld his indefinite detention status on May 26, 2016, as did a follow up review on April 24, 2018 that profiled him as veteran of the Tora Bora battle who was at one time selected to be a bodyguard to Osama bin Laden.

canada goose uk shop ISN28 Forever prisoner Moath al Alwi, a Yemeni. A national security parole panel, called a Periodic Review Board, upheld his indefinite detention status on Oct. 26, 2015. His military advocate protested a glitch at his hearing, and he was granted reconsideration and on multiple occasions had his indefinite detention status upheld. Alwi gained prominence as a cellblock artist who built ship models from castoff cardboard and other found objects that were on display in a New York City art exhibition that became controversial. canada goose uk shop

ISN39 Convict Ali Hamza al Bahlul, a Yemeni, arrived the day the prison opened, Jan. 11, 2002. A military commission convicted him of war crimes on Nov. 3, 2008 and sentenced him to life at Guantnamo for working as Osama bin Laden’s media secretary in Afghanistan. His Pentagon appellate attorneys got a portion of his conviction overturned, and are still pursuing appeals. Supreme Court. Meantime, he was last known to be segregated as a convict at Guantnamo’s Camp 6 Hotel Block. As a convicted war criminal, he is not entitled to a Periodic Review Board evaluation.

canada goose uk outlet ISN63 Forever prisoner Mohammed al Qahtani, a Saudi who was profiled as a suspected would be 20th hijacker in the Sept. 11 terror attacks because he tried to enter the United States on Aug. 4, 2001, and was turned away by an immigration officer. custody, and in May 2008 dropped charges against him alleging he was a co conspirator in the Sept. 11 plot. He’s been at the Guantnamo prison since February 2002, according to leaked military documents. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be considered for trial. The Periodic Review Board upheld his detention on July 18, 2016, essentially re branding him as an indefinite detainee, a status subsequently upheld on Feb. 16, 2018. His lawyers argue he has long suffered from mental illness, and should be repatriated to “long term or permanent psychiatric confinement.” canada goose uk outlet

ISN242 Forever prisoner Khalid Ahmad Qasim, a Yemeni. The national security Periodic Review Board most recently upheld that indefinite detention status on Feb. 21, 2018. His lawyer said he discovered art at Guantnamo, and in late 2016 began showcasing it to journalists on periodic media tours. When he went before the board for his second, every three year review on Jan. military officer said the man who arrived at Guantnamo at age 25 in 2002 matured in detention. “Some of his artwork was recently showcased at an art show in New York City,” the unnamed military officer said. “And the reviews were positive.”

ISN244 Cleared captive Abdul Latif Nasir, a Moroccan. But a national security parole panel, called a Periodic Review Board, lifted the forever prisoner designation approved him for repatriationwith security arrangements on July 11, 2016. Obama administration diplomats arranged for his repatriation, but the release package got to Secretary of Defense Ash Carter’s desk too late.

canada goose uk black friday ISN309 Cleared captive Muieen Adeen al Sattar, born in the United Arab Emirates. An Obama administration task force in January 2010 designated him as cleared for release. Pentagon officials have described him as an ethnic Rohingya Burmese, complicating their ability to find a nation to take him in cheap canada goose for resettlement. Because he was cleared for release before the establishment of the Periodic Review Board, he does not have to go before the national security parole panel to articulate his vision for life after Guantnamo. So little is known about him. canada goose uk black friday

ISN682 Forever prisoner Ghassan al Sharbi, a Saudi. During the Bush administration he was designated for trial by a now defunct version of the military commissions using a crime, providing material support for terror, that the war court prosecutor considers no longer viable. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be considered for trial. But he never was charged during the Obama administration and the Periodic Review Board declared him too dangerous to release on July 26, 2016, essentially re branding him as an indefinite detainee in the war on terror. A subsequent Feb. 16, 2018 file review also upheld that status. Before the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks Sharbi attended a flight school in the United States.

ISN685 Forever prisoner Abdul Razak Ali, an Algerian. A federal judge upheld his indefinite detention as June 23, 2011, denying the habeas corpus petition of this Taliban government media spokesman, governor and Cabinet minister. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be considered for trial. He’s never been charged with a crime. The Periodic Review Board upheld his detention on July 6, 2016, essentially re branding him as an indefinite detainee in the war on terror. A subsequent review on Aug. 21, 2018 also upheld that status. holds him as Said bin Brahim bin Umran Bakush, and says he was a “trusted associate” of Abu Zubaydah, who is held apart from him.

Canada Goose Coats On Sale ISN694 Cleared captive Sufiyan Barhoumi, an Algerian. During the Bush administration he was designated for trial by a canada goose expedition parka uk now defunct version of the military commissions. A federal judge upheld his indefinite detention on Sept. 3, 2009, denying his habeas corpus petition, and a three judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit upheld that decision detention on Jun. 22, 2010. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be canada goose womens uk sale considered for trial. The Periodic Review Board, declared him approved for transfer, with security arrangements, on Aug. 9, 2016. His lawyers say he plans to open a pizza parlor on his return to Algiers. diplomats arranged for his repatriation, but the Secretary of Defense Ash Carter declined to sign off on it before time ran out in the Obama administration. Canada Goose Coats On Sale

ISN708 Forever prisoner Ismael Ali Faraj al Bakush, a Libyan. He has never been charged with a crime. The Periodic Review Board upheld that forever prisoner status on Feb. 16, 2018, declaring him still too dangerous too release, and again in August 2018. military considers him an al Qaida trained explosives experts from the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group.

ISN841 Forever prisoner Hani Saleh Rashid Abdullah, a Yemeni who also has been known as Said Salih Said Nashir since he got to Guantnamo Oct. 28, 2002. A chart canada goose outlet edmonton accompanying the Senate Intelligence Committee ‘Torture Report’ indicates he was held by the CIA for 30 days or more, apparently separate and apart from his military detention. He went before the Periodic Review Board April 21, 2016, which upheld his indefinite detention after multiple reviews, including on Jan 24, 2018.

cheap Canada Goose ISN893 Cleared captive Tawfiq al Bihani, a Yemeni who got to Guantnamo Feb. 6, 2003. A federal judge upheld his indefinite detention on Sept. 22, 2010, denying his habeas corpus petition. A chart accompanying the Senate Intelligence Committee ‘Torture Report’ indicates he was held by the CIA for 50 days or more, apparently separate and apart from his military detention. In January 2010, a federal task force approved him for conditional return to his homeland, a third country or transfer to the United States if the prison camps in Cuba are closed. It said he was eligible for conditional release, if the security situation in Yemen improves or a viable third country settlement or rehabilitation program is found. His attorney has said he had been designated at times for release but the Pentagon failed to do it. His brother, Ghaleb, was released to the custody of Oman in the dwindling days of the Obama administration. cheap Canada Goose

Canada Goose online ISN1017 Forever prisoner Omar Mohammed Ali a Rammah, a Yemeni. A chart accompanying the Senate Intelligence Committee ‘Torture Report’ indicates a captive known as “Zakariya,” his nickname, was held by the CIA for 360 days or more. military custody on April 9, 2003 at Bagram, Afghanistan, a month before he was sent to Guantnamo. The Periodic Review Board upheld his indefinite detention status on Aug. 22, 2016. He had a subsequent review on Feb. 9, 2017, arguing through a representative his post release plan “to put Guantanamo behind him and become a contributing member of society.” No decision was released as 2018 drew to a close. Canada Goose online

canada goose factory sale ISN1094 Forever prisoner Saifullah Paracha, a Pakistani. He got to Guantnamo on Sept. 19, 2004. green card holder, he is also the eldest of the Guantnamo detainees, according to leaked detention center records. Senate Intelligence Committee ‘Torture Report’ says, while it was an FBI orchestrated operation, the CIA wanted to take custody of him and question him with so called enhanced interrogation techniques. The proposal was rejected. He was born in Aug. 17, 1947, and has a history of coronary artery canada goose black friday usa disease. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be considered for trial. He’s never been charged with a crime but the Periodic Review Board upheld his indefinite detention on April 7, 2016, making him an indefinite detainee in the war on terror. of his intentions. But the board rejected that offer, citing his “indifference to his the impact of his prior actions and the lack of evidence of significant mitigation measures. Then a September 2018 review, denying his request for release, concluded that “recent changes in his family and financial situation show a lack of available support should he be transferred.” canada goose factory sale

canada goose clearance sale ISN1453 Forever prisoner Sanad Yislam al Kazimi, a Yemeni who got to Guantnamo Sept. 19, 2004. A chart accompanying the Senate Intelligence Committee ‘Torture Report’ indicates he was held by the CIA for 270 days or more, apparently separate and apart from his military detention. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be considered for trial. He’s never been charged with a crime although internal Defense Department documents show that in late 2014 he was still considered a candidate for a war crimes trial. The Periodic Review Board declared him too dangerous to release on June 9, 2016, essentially re branding him as an indefinite detainee in the war on terror. canada goose clearance sale

ISN1456 Forever prisoner Hassan Bin Attash, a Yemeni who got to Guantnamo Sept. 19, 2004. According to leaked military canada goose outlet in montreal records, he is the youngest of the current detainees. He is also the brother of high value detainee Walid Bin Attash, held in a different camp. His lawyer says they’ve never seen each other at Guantnamo. A chart accompanying the Senate Intelligence Committee ‘Torture Report’ indicates he was held by the CIA for 120 days or more, apparently separate and apart from his military detention. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be considered for trial. But he’s uk canada goose never been charged with a crime and the Periodic Review Board declared him too dangerous to release on Oct. 11, 2016, essentially re branding him as an indefinite detainee in the war on terror.

ISN1457 Forever prisoner Abdu Ali al Hajji Sharqawi, a Yemeni known as Riyadh the Facilitator who got to Guantnamo Sept. 19, 2004. A chart accompanying the Senate Intelligence Committee ‘Torture Report’ indicates he was held by the CIA for 120 days or more, apparently separate and apart from his military detention. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be considered for trial. He’s never been charged with a crime but Defense Department documents showed that in late 2014 he was still considered a candidate for a war crimes trial. The Periodic Review canada goose outlet authentic Board declared him too dangerous to release on April 14, 2016, essentially re branding him as an indefinite detainee in the war on terror. A subsequent review upheld that decision on Sept. 13, 2018.

ISN1460 Forever prisoner Abdul Rahim Gulam Rabbani, a Saudi born Pakistani who got to Guantnamo Sept. 19, 2004. A chart accompanying the Senate https://www.mild-und-leise.de Intelligence Committee ‘Torture Report’ indicates he was held by the CIA for 550 days or more, apparently separate and apart from his military detention. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be considered for trial. He’s never been charged with a crime and the Periodic Review Board upheld his detention on Aug. 8, 2016, essentially re branding him as an indefinite detainee in the war on terror. He chose not to go before the board for a subsequent review that upheld that status on Feb. 27, 2018. That decision described him as a facilitator who helped move and house al Qaida “fighters and key figures” for Khalid Sheik Mohammed.

ISN1461 Forever prisoner Ahmed Ghulam Rabbani, a Saudi born Pakistani who got to Guantnamo Sept. 19, 2004. A chart accompanying the Senate Intelligence Committee ‘Torture Report’ indicates he was held by the CIA for 550 days or more, apparently separate and apart from his military detention. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be considered for trial. He’s never been charged with a crime. The Periodic Review Board upheld his detention on Oct. 3, 2016, essentially re branding him as an indefinite detainee just like his brother, Abdul Rahim.

ISN1463 Forever prisoner Abdulsalam al Hela, Yemeni who got to Guantnamo Sept. 19, 2004. A chart accompanying the Senate Intelligence Committee ‘Torture Report’ indicates he was held by the CIA for 590 days or more, apparently separate and apart from his military detention. A national security parole panel, called a Periodic Review Board, upheld that status on June 19, 2018. military considers him a “prominent extremist facilitator” who helped al Qaida through his links to the Yemeni Political Security Organization. He was also a founding director of a prison group that in 2013 wrote a prospectus for a Yemeni “Milk Honey” farm to present to the review board as a vision for life after release from prison.

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ISN10013 Alleged 9/11 attack co conspirator Ramzi bin al Shibh. A Yemeni, he’s charged in death penalty proceedings by military commission as an alleged co conspirator in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. 11, 2002 in Karachi, Pakistan. As a former CIA “black site” captive who was taken to Guantnamo in September 2006, he is held in a secret prison where the Pentagon segregates so called high value detainees. The so called Senate Intelligence Committee “Torture Report” says he spent about 1,280 days in CIA custody, including at Guantnamo from September 2003 into April 2004. He chose not to go before a military panel at Guantnamo in March 2007; it subsequently upheld his status as an enemy combatant. You can hear it or read the transcript here. Our 9/11 trial guide is here. Since he is charged with a crime, he is not entitled to a Periodic Review Board evaluation.

ISN10014 Alleged 9/11 attack co conspirator Walid bin Attash. A Yemeni, he’s charged in death penalty proceedings by military commission as an alleged co conspirator in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. The so called Senate Intelligence Committee “Torture Report” says he spent about 1,180 days in CIA custody. As a former CIA “black site” captive who was taken to Guantnamo in September 2006, he is held in a secret prison where the Pentagon segregates so called high value detainees. Hear him speak to a military panel at Guantnamo in March 2007. Transcript here. Our 9/11 trial guide is here. Since he is charged with a crime, he is not entitled to a Periodic Review Board evaluation.

ISN10015 Alleged USS Cole bombing plotter Abd al Rahim al Nashiri. A Saudi, he’s charged in death penalty proceedings by military commission as an alleged conspirator in the October 2000 al Qaida suicide bombing of the USS Cole off Aden, Yemen. The ICRC says he was arrested in October 2002 in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates. The so called Senate Intelligence Committee “Torture Report” says he spent about 1,370 days in CIA custody, including at Guantnamo from September 2003 into April 2004. As a former CIA “black site” captive who was taken to Guantnamo in September 2006, he is held in a secret prison where the Pentagon segregates so called high value detainees. Hear him speak to a military panel at Guantnamo in March 2007. Transcript here. Since he is charged with a crime, he is not entitled to a Periodic Review Board evaluation. Our Miami Herald trial guide, a Who’s Who, is here.

ISN10016 Forever prisoner Zayn al Abdeen Mohammed al Hussein, a Palestinian known as Abu Zubaydah. The ICRC says he was arrested March 28, 2002 in Faisalabad, Pakistan. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be considered for trial but he’s never been charged with a crime. The so called Senate Intelligence Committee “Torture Report” says he spent about 1,590 days in CIA custody. Hear him speak to a military panel at Guantnamo in March 2007. Transcript here. He went before the Periodic Review Board Aug. 23, 2016, which announced a month later that he was too dangerous to release, essentially re branding him a making him an indefinite detainee. He has been described on multiple occasions as a respected block leader at Camp 7, a secret prison where the Pentagon segregates so called high value detainee.

ISN10017 Forever prisoner Mustafa Abu Faraj al Libi, a Libyan. The so called Senate Intelligence Committee “Torture Report” says he spent about 460 days in CIA custody. As a former CIA “black site” captive who was taken to Guantnamo in September 2006, he is held in a secret prison where the Pentagon segregates so called high value detainees. In January 2010, a federal task force recommended he be considered for trial but he’s never been charged with a crime. military officer, said he boycotted his hearing before a military panel at Guantnamo on March 9, 2007. “He’s waiting for legal proceedings.” Transcript here. His case went before the Periodic Review Board Aug. 16, 2016 for a status determination decision. He did not attend the hearing. The panel declared him an indefinite detainee, on Sept. 16, 2016.

ISN10018 Alleged 9/11 attack co conspirator Ammar al Baluchi. A Pakistani, he’s charged in death penalty proceedings by military commission as an alleged co conspirator in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. The so called Senate Intelligence Committee “Torture Report” says he spent about 1,180 days in CIA custody. As a former CIA “black site” captive who was taken to Guantnamo in September 2006, he is held in a secret prison where the Pentagon segregates so called high value detainees. Our 9/11 trial guide is here. Hear him speak to a military panel at Guantnamo in March 30, 2007. Transcript here. Since he is charged with a crime, he is not entitled to a Periodic Review Board evaluation.

ISN10019 Forever prisoner Riduan Isomuddin, an Indonesian known as Hambali. The International Red Cross says he was arrested Aug. 11, 2003 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Senate Intelligence Committee “Torture Report” says he spent about 1,280 days in CIA custody. As a former CIA “black site” captive who was taken to Guantnamo in September 2006, he is held in a secret prison where the Pentagon.

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