User talk:InfantGorilla/In depth: Guantanamo military commissions
This article is up for proposed deletion tomorrow as an 'abandoned article'. Although this particular ruling is a little stale as a story on its own (12 days old now, and covered quite well by other news organisations) I would like to keep it around for a possible Guantamo military commission: recent activity round-up article, since it contains some useful text that could be included in such an article.
As far as keeping this around indefinitely, is this suitable for moving into the 'story preparation' area, or somewhere else?
- Wikinews:Story preparation/Guantamo military commission: recent activity or User:InfantGorilla/Guantanamo confession inadmissible due to coercion (or varients of either title) are both acceptable places to mave this, but you are right that it would have to move out of main article space as the story itself is stale. I'm glad the work won't go to waste, though. Blood Red Sandman (Talk) (Contribs) 21:40, 9 November 2008 (UTC)
If you are going to re-use this article...rephrase these two sentences...
- He testified that when he was asked to stay and wait for his companions, while still carrying the objects in his pocket.
- He said the stall owner exclaimed to him asked him if he didn't know he was carrying a bomb.
- New news from Jawad's defence lawyer [http://media.www.hlrecord.org/media/storage/paper609/news/2009/03/05/News/Jag-Describes.Mohammed.Jawads.Gitmo.Saga-3661109.shtml JAG describes Mohammed Jawad's Gitmo saga - News
- Guantanamo worse since Obama election: ex-detainee Agence France Presse
- Ex-guard speaks out in support of Khadr - Former American soldier wants Harper to seek justice for Canadian held at Guantanamo Bay
- Something about the original charge against Jawad  should probably be briefly mentioned.
- Guantanamo prisoners acknowledge their involvement in 9/11 terrorist attacks This has naught to do with Jawad nor Khadr, but if it is Guantanamo in depth then these guys are still at Guantanamo
- Guantanamo meets Geneva Convention standards, Pentagon study finds this article is definitely not new, but it is saying Ganatanmo is OK
( This one is not new but it is about Binyam Mohamed, 30, detained four years to be released to UK as of Feb 20 reporting date
Obama running into trouble
Obama's promise to dismantle is more complicated than he first thought ... http://online.wsj.com/public/article/SB124154570816588153.html