Outside of the United States, “Guantánamo” is a by-word for torture, authoritarian abuse and injustice. (Source)
Three Guantanamo prosecutors — Maj. Robert Preston, Capt. John Carr and Capt. Carrie Wolf — “asked to be relieved of duties after saying they were concerned that the process was rigged. One said he had been assured he didn’t need to worry about building a proper case; convictions were assured.”
U.S. Marine Corps Major Eric Montalvo, a military lawyer defending Gitmo detainees, objected that government prosecution had paid witnesses for their testimony.
No wonder the American Bar Association, “which the Pentagon had said would help arrange such representation, has refused to participate because it objects to the trial procedures.”