Describes how, in 1992, a group of Yale law students came to the aid of three hundred Haitian men, women, and children who had won asylum in the U.S. but who, having tested positive for HIV, were forced into a Guantanamo compound and battled the Bush administration, the Justice Department, the American military, and the Supreme Court to achieve their release. Reprint. 25, 000 first printing.With guidance from Tringali and Klein, the students were slogging through each of the documents, and third year Chris Coons, ... For the last two weeks, Sarah and other students had been playing detective, relying on newspapers, the Coast Guarda#39;s public affairs office, and a ... Eight thousand had been screened out, many of them already sent back to Haiti, and another six thousand had qualified to goanbsp;...
|Title||:||Storming the Court|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2006-12-12|