This story is by Karen Greenberg, executive director of the Centre on Law and Security, New York University School of Law, and editor of The Torture Debate in America.
SEVERAL weeks ago, I took the media tour at Guantanamo. From the moment I arrived on a frayed Air Sunshine prop-jet to the time I boarded the same plane to head home, I had no doubt that I was on an alien planet.
It was explained to her that Gitmo is not a prison, and there are no prisoners there. To see how this makes sense in this Alice in Wonderland reality, you'll have to read the article.