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Carol Rosenberg

Wrong Carol Rosenberg?

Reporter

Local Address: Miami, Florida, United States
The Miami Herald
3511 NW 91St Ave.
Doral, Florida 33172
United States

Company Description: The Miami Herald Media Company ("MHMC") publishes The Miami Herald, winner of 19 Pulitzer Prizes, and El Nuevo Herald, recipient of the Ortega y Gasset...   more
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In September 2007, the Miami ...
www.latinchamberbroward.com, 9 Dec 2014 [cached]
In September 2007, the Miami Herald's Carol Rosenberg reported about Guantanamo as a place and concept emerging on popular culture. his video accompanied this story: http://www.miamiherald.com/2007/09/09/264532/guantanamo-in-pop-culture.html
Seventy-six of the 154 prisoners at ...
www.abc.net.au, 29 April 2014 [cached]
Seventy-six of the 154 prisoners at Guantanamo Bay are "cleared for transfer" and according to the Miami Herald's veteran Guantanamo specialist Carol Rosenberg, another will be added to that list.
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Carol Rosenberg, the Miami Herald reporter who has spent 12 years detailing the lives of hundreds of prisoners and trying to explain the arcane workings of the Military Commissions says: "This may be the worst period of restriction on the media that I've experienced down there in 12 years."
2014_07_15 Guantanamo nurse refused to participate in "criminal" force-feedings
www.reprieve.org, 15 July 2014 [cached]
A Department of Defense spokesperson confirmed the basics of this account in an email to Miami Herald journalist Carol Rosenberg.
Carol ...
www.rcfp.org, 19 Mar 2014 [cached]
Carol Rosenberg Military Affairs Correspondent The Miami Herald
Obama instructed ...
www.idsnews.com, 21 Oct 2014 [cached]
Obama instructed his administration in 2008 to look at the cases of the 240 prisoners at Guantanmo and figure out what to do with them, said Carol Rosenberg, a correspondent with the Miami Herald in Florida.
"Someone got scared," Rosenberg said.
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Four months after 9/11, Rosenberg watched as the first 20 prisoners stepped onto Cuban soil. At its peak after the attacks, 779 people were sent to Guantanamo Bay, Rosenberg said.
Rosenberg, who is the only correspondent who regularly covers Guantanamo, said the problem with moving those 80 people is finding somewhere for them to go.
"I want to remind people that we were taken by surprise on Sept. 11, and suddenly four months later we think we have the worst of the worst there," she said.
Out of the 149 detainees still at Guantanamo, 36 of them will probably never leave.
"Because I covered this regularly I came to call them the 'forever prisoners,'" Rosenberg said.
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