“At the end of the day, you have more people that have died in Guantanamo than actually have been convicted by a court. “
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CounterSpin interview with Omar Shakir on Obama's failure to close Guantanamo
Ecuador media law riles US journalists
Ecuador’s media law represents something more complex than an attempt to bully critics. The Organic Communications Law attempts to treat the news media like a public good or service, with regulations intended to benefit citizens. It calls on each outlet to develop a code of ethics, calls for swift correction of errors, and requires national outlets to have ombudsmen to deal with public complaints.