July 2, 2014
by Addison Morris
A Chilean court ruled Monday that US military intelligence services provided information that led to the arrests, and eventual executions, of two Americans in 1973. According to the ruling, former US Navy Captain Ray Davis gave information to the Chilean officials that was used in the arrest of ...[read more]
June 2, 2012
by Max Slater
The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled Friday that Col. Morris Davis, the former chief prosecutor at Guantanamo Bay may not seek money damages from his former supervisor at the Library of Congress (LOC) for termination of his employment due to op-ed articles he wrote. ...[read more]
October 17, 2011
by Dwyer Arce
JURIST Guest Columnist Morris Davis of Howard University School of Law says the recent killing of Anwar al-Awlaqi highlights the fact that the CIA drone program violates the law of war because it is a civilian institution, lacking combatant immunity...I have been critical of President Barack Obama' ...[read more]
March 31, 2011
by Daniel Richey
A judge for the US District Court for the District of Columbia ruled Wednesday that a lawsuit against the Library of Congress (LOC) filed on behalf of former Guantanamo prosecutor and LOC employee Col. Morris Davis can proceed. Davis, who was employed at the LOC's Congressional Research Service ( ...[read more]
January 10, 2010
by Jay Carmella
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a lawsuit on Friday against the Library of Congress on behalf Col. Morris Davis, the former chief prosecutor for the Guantanamo Bay military commissions. Davis, who was employed at Library's Congressional Research Service (CRS), resigned as the... ...[read more]
August 15, 2008
by Mike Rosen-Molina
A military judge on Thursday ordered that military commissions legal advisor Gen. Thomas Hartmann will not participate in the Guantanamo trial of Afghan detainee Mohammed Jawad. The judge, Army Col. Steve Henley, held that Hartmann had made public statements suggesting he was overly favorable to ...[read more]
May 30, 2008
by Deirdre Jurand
The former chief prosecutor at Guantanamo Bay alleges that the US Department of Defense (DOD) retaliated against him for giving testimony at the pre-trial hearing of detainee Salim Ahmed Hamdan which reflected poorly on the DOD. In an email released Wednesday, Air Force Col. Morris Davis wrote ...[read more]
April 29, 2008
by Alexis Unkovic
Top US Department of Defense officials said that there could be no acquittals at Guantanamo Bay military commissions and pressured prosecutors to bring charges against detainees, according to Monday testimony by former Guantanamo Bay chief military prosecutor Col. Morris Davis at a pre-trial ...[read more]
February 21, 2008
by Nick Fiske
Former Guantanamo Bay chief military prosecutor Col. Morris Davis told AP Thursday that he has agreed to appear as a defense witness in the military commission trial of Guantanamo detainee Salim Ahmed Hamdan. In October 2007, Davis resigned from his position at Guantanamo Bay, saying that ...[read more]
December 20, 2007
by Mike Rosen-Molina
The legal advisor to the Convening Authority for Military Commissions at Guantanamo Bay, US Air Force Brig. Gen. Thomas W.Hartmann, Wednesday denied accusations by former Guantanamo Bay chief military prosecutor Col. Morris Davis that he was pressured to hold secret trials and that politics is ...[read more]

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