Four lessons from the experience of Abdul-Hakim Belhaj and Fatima Boudchar.
Cori Crider, a U.S. lawyer, directed all of Reprieve’s national-security work for seven years. She has litigated force feeding at Guantanamo; rendition and U.S.-U.K. intelligence sharing; surveillance of privileged attorney-client conversations; and drone attacks outside traditional combat theaters. She writes and consults on the national-security state and the human-rights implications of mass data-sifting processes.
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