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- Tom Wilner Attorney representing 11 Kuwaiti Guantanamo detainees for the past four years
- Brian Boyle Former principal deputy associate attorney general with the Department of Justice, 2003-2005. Lead counsel on the Guantanamo Bay habeas cases in his last year there.
- Adam Zagorin Washington correspondent for TIME magazine
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