Justice on 'The Windward Side' of Guantanamo Clive Stafford Smith is one of just a few people who've had independent access to the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay. He says countless innocent men have been held there for years with no meaningful review of the accusations against them, often suffering terrible abuse. In Eight O'Clock Ferry to the Windward Side, he details life inside the camp.
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Clive Stafford Smith's book asks what happens to democracy when the rule of law is compromised in the name of fighting terrorism. Ian Robinson hide caption

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