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Parting Thoughts from Amnesty's Schulz

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Parting Thoughts from Amnesty's Schulz

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William F. Schulz is leaving Amnesty International USA after 12 years. hide caption

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The outgoing head of Amnesty International USA, William Schulz, reflects on his 12-year tenure. He remains concerned about Darfur, and what the Guantanamo Bay detention camp says about the Bush administration's approach to human rights.

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