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Topic - charles stimson
"Civil liberties and liberal groups will be sorely disappointed if they think that there are a lot of Ghailanis at Gitmo," Mr. Stimson said.
Mr. Stimson, a legal analyst at the Heritage Foundation, wrote in 2009 that the Ghailani case is not a war-on-terror prosecution but unfinished business related to the 1998 embassy bombings trial.