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- Susan Baker Mannning Pro bono attorney representing the Uighur detainees at Guantanamo; partner at Bingham McCutchen LLP
- Noel Francisco Attorney; former associate counsel to the President George Bush (2001-2003); former Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legal Counsel, U.S. Department of Justice (2003-2005)
- Nury Turkel Attorney; past president, the Uyghur American Association
- Baodong Wang Spokesman and press counselor for the Chinese embassy in Washington, D.C.
- Tony Fratto White House deputy press secretary
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