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Clive Stafford Smith
Clive Stafford Smith is founder and director of the human rights organization Reprieve. Since 2000, he has volunteered his services to detainees at Guantánamo Bay. He is author of Bad Men: Guantánamo Bay and the Secret Prisons.More about the author →