Andy Worthington

ANDY WORTHINGTON is a British journalist, the author of ‘The Guantánamo Files: The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America’s Illegal Prison’ (published by Pluto Press), and the co-director (with Polly Nash) of the new Guantánamo documentary, ‘Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo.’ Visit his website at: He can be reached at:        WORDS THAT STICK ?  

Guantánamo and the European Parliament

Guantánamo’s Shambolic Trials

Britain’s Guantánamo

Michael Goldfarb on Guantánamo and the War on Terror

The Guantánamo Six

The Guántanamo Trials

On Waterboarding

Horror at Guantánamo

Canada’s Glaring Double Standards on Torture

A Letter from Guantánamo

A Strategic Call to Close Guantánamo

Six Years of Guantánamo

Who Are the Gitmo Saudis?

Intelligence Failures, Battlefield Myths and Unaccountable Prisons in Afghanistan

Guantánamo and the Supreme Court

Guantánamo Britons to be Released

Guantánamo and the Supreme Court

Former Guantánamo Detainee Seeks Asylum in Sweden

Guantánamo Whistleblower Launches a New Attack on Rigged Tribunals

The Trials of Omar Khadr

Innocents and Foot Soldiers

The Torture of Ali al-Marri

Guantánamo as House Arrest

The Epiphany of Matthew Waxman

The Guantánamo Suicides

The Shame of Diego Garcia

The Case of Mohamed Jawad

A Gitmo Detainee Finally Gets a Break

Fourth Whistleblower Rocks Guantánamo

Fourth Whistleblower Rocks Guantánamo

The Anonymous Victims of Guantánamo

The Curse of the Military Commissions

A Bad Week at Guantánamo

The Guantánamo Transcripts: “Ghost” Prisoners Speak After Five And A Half Years, And “9/11 hijacker” Recants His Tortured Confession

Britain’s Guantánamo

Good Riddance, Gonzales

Backing Up Lt. Co. Abraham

Why Do We Need the Democrats?

Why the Pentagon’s Guantánamo Study is a Joke

Gains and Losses at Guantánamo

Narcolepsy on Gitmo Detainees

Gitmo’s Tangled Web

Two Americas, Both Unjust

The Guantánamo Whistleblowers

A Tunisian in Guantánamo

Repatriated to Torture

Cleared Gitmo Detainee Fears Return to Libya

The Ordeal of Ali al-Marri