Bagram Isn't the New Guantanamo, It's the Old Guantanamo
Back in September 2005, when I first began researching Guantanamo for my book The Guantanamo Files,
the prison was still shrouded in mystery, even though attorneys had
been visiting prisoners for nearly a year, following the Supreme
Court's ruling, in June 2004, that they had habeas corpus rights.
Researchers at the Washington Post and at Cageprisoners