10 Sep Second Life Symposium on Interrogation & the Constitution
Thank you for the opportunity to guest blog on Opinio Juris these past two weeks.
One final message for those who are following the issue of interrogation:
Seton Hall School of Law is partnering with Second Life on September 17 to provide an afternoon Constitution Day program on “Interrogation and Intelligence Gathering.” Speakers will address FBI methods of interrogation, reliability and evidence gathering, and our international obligations on interrogation. The Second Life platform involves a virtual Guantanamo Bay center, which allows visitors to walk through the experience of military detention and features clips from a Guantanamo documentary.
Information on timing, panels and speakers is available here.
To view the program on Second Life, participants will need to create an account and go to “Gone Gitmo” at SLURL http://slurl.com/secondlife/IML/164/186/123 or simply plug in the Second Life coordinates: 164 186 123. Space to participate in the Constitution Day program on Second Life will be provided on a first come first-served basis, but overflow sign-ups will also be available that afternoon as well.