The first civillian lawyer to visit his client in Guantanamo has told the BBC that there are different standards of justice depending on the prisoner's nationality:
"I see a great destruction of what I would call the rule of law, that people should be treated equally before the law, that they should have the same standard of justice," he said.
"This is a case where the standard of justice seems to have different layers, one for the Americans, there may be another one for the British, there is certainly a different one for Australian - less than the American - and the rest of them in the camp... they weren't [part of] the allies' camp is their rationale and they will get a lesser standard than what the Australians will."
One rule for Americans, and another for everyone else - now there's a surprise.
Unfortunately, the US insists that lawyers sign gag orders preventing them from talking about what they see in the gulag, so I don't expect that he'll be allowed back.