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Justice at Guantanamo: One Woman's Odyssey and Her Crusade for Human Rights
A tell-all journey of how one woman landed the toughest legal career on the planet—defending suspected terrorists at Guantanamo Bay—by using personal strength, courage, and never letting anyone tell her no.
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published June 2nd 2009 by Lyons Press
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This was a great memoir. Gave a good insight to the workings of our government and also her personal struggle. What made the book even better was that I know her parents but haven't seen Kristine or her sister since they were about 3 and 4. I really admired the way Kristine lived her life - she wasn't afraid of anything, trying many new things, and she used her intelligence in a worthy way in her adult life.
Fascinating story of Professor Huskey's background and her work at GTMO. She was a clinic professor at WCL before leaving to start a clinic at UT-Austin. I literally read this book in one sitting--a very interesting and inspirational story. A must-read for anyone who isn't afraid to fight against all odds and who wants to make a difference in their career!