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Carol Rosenberg

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Miami Herald

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Miami Herald

3511 NW 91 Ave

Miami, Florida,33172

United States

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Herald Journal


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Centre Daily Times


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The McClatchy Company


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Military Reporters & Editors Inc

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obtained a master's degree


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As Gitmo's Camp 5 closes, the backstory of my 2003 story disclosing its existence | Charlie Savage

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Today, my friend Carol Rosenberg of The Miami Herald, who does God's work by traveling to Guantanamo to cover every day of every pre-trial hearing in the dysfunctional military commissions system, reports that the military has closed Camp 5 and consolidated the remaining 46 regular detainees in Camp 6. (The 15 former CIA black-site high-value prisoners are housed in the secretive Camp 7).
Carol's scoop is a bookend for my own first Gitmo scoop, 13 years ago: that the military was building Camp 5, its first permanent, concrete-walled wing of the previously ad hoc prison operation. At the time, I was working for The Miami Herald, too. Gitmo was Carol's beat, but I had become fascinated by it during a fellowship year at Yale Law School during the 2002-03 academic year, and we often nerded out about it when I got back to Miami in June 2003. Soon after, Knight-Ridder sent her to Iraq to cover the new war there, and Carol lobbied to let me take the Gitmo beat in her absence. (In a parallel move, she let me house-sit her beachfront apartment, as I had given up my own South Beach apartment when I went up to New Haven and was not interested in signing a new lease for a reason I'll explain below.) Later that summer I went down for my first trip to Gitmo. On the plane, I chatted up my seatmate, who turned out to be an engineer for KBR, a subsidiary of Halliburton, who said he was coming down for work on Camp 5.


Charlie Savage | Author of Power Wars & Takeover | Page 3

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Today, my friend Carol Rosenberg of The Miami Herald, who does God's work by traveling to Guantanamo to cover every day of every pre-trial hearing in the dysfunctional military commissions system, reports that the military has closed Camp 5 and consolidated the remaining 46 regular detainees in Camp 6. (The 15 former CIA black-site high-value prisoners


Washington Week on Human Rights: April 20, 2015 : Preda Foundation, Inc.

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The Miami Herald's Carol Rosenberg reported that the Periodic Review Board, an intra-agency administrative board comprised of national security and intelligence experts, has cleared Guantanamo Bay detainee Masher al Sabri for transfer.


Torture lawsuit against two psychologists delays CIA waterboarders' Guantanamo testimony - U.S. - Stripes

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By CAROL ROSENBERG | Miami Herald (Tribune News Service) | Published: August 5, 2017


Newsfeed | Close Guantanamo

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08/12 / Carol Rosenberg / Miami Herald / Civilian appeals court rules law professor/judge biased in 9/11 case
08/12 / Carol Rosenberg / Miami Herald / Guant√°namo judge cancels U.S. video feed of terrorist's time-capsule testimony


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