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From Guantanamo to the Streets of Chicago Witness Against Torture Forum Offered by “Camp Hope: Countdown to Change” January 11, 2009 7-9:00pm, Hull Chapel, First Unitarian Church, 5650 S. Woodlawn Ave., Chicago Speakers: Mark Falkoff, a criminal law professor and a principal lawyer in the habeas representation of more than a dozen prisoners being held by U.S. military in Guantanamo Bay. G Flint Taylor, Jr. is a founder of the People’s Law Office and has been involved in a series of cases arising from a pattern and practice of police torture and cover-up by Jon Burge, Mayor Richard Daley, State’s Attorney Devine, and numerous other police and government of- ficials. Sonja Desantiago is a US Navy veteran stationed in Guantanamo Bay Cuba. After serving in active duty, Desantiago returned to college to major in Clinical Psychology & Middle East- ern Studies. She is now an active member of Iraq Veterans Against the War and continues to advocate for human rights and just policy.
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