In The Company of Cowards
Over the last few years since my experiences in Guantanamo Bay, I have written and publish a book that has just been releases. I would love to hear your feedback if you read it, so please SEND ME A NOTE HERE.
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Defending the Enemy
From the politics of Washington D.C. to the cold mountains in Afghanistan, justice isn’t easy to find when you’re assigned to defend the enemy.
On November 13, 2001, President Bush issued an order establishing military commissions that were to be used to trial individuals responsible for the 9/11 attacks on the United States.
In January of 2002, the Bush administration began sending detainees to the sleepy Naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. It was not until November 2003 that Major Michael Mori became the first military lawyer assigned to represent one of these detainees. This began an almost four year legal battle to obtain justice for an individual labeled as one of the “worst of the worst” in a legal system that had been resurrected from World War II. In part, the book begins with a legal journey that takes the reader through complex cases interwoven with the US Federal Court System, the US Supreme Court, British Courts and the Australian Federal Court. At its heart, this book retells the human journey of a Marine Judge Advocate assigned to defend the enemy.
The book has recently been published and Michael Mori, would love to know what you think of it. Read GET YOUR COPY OF THE BOOK HERE, read it and send Micheal Mori a PERSONAL EMAIL to let him know what you think.
“Spooked”: The Truth about Intelligence in Australia
Featuring: Michael (Dan) Mori
With contributions from a number of prominent intelligence, security, and legal experts such as Michael Mori, Ben Saul, Anne Aly, and Peter Leahy, this examination lays bare the facts about spying and security in post-9/11 Australia. Compelling chapters cut through the panic and fear-mongering to ask hard questions such as “Is the Australian Security Intelligence Organization unaccountable? Is the money spent on security reaping dividends? Is cyber-terrorism an urgent threat? Is WikiLeaks good for human rights? “and “Is privacy being traded for a false sense of security?” “Spooked” untangles the half-truths, conspiracy theories, and controversies about the “war on terror” and proves a welcome antidote to misinformation and alarm
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