He's now battling his employer -- the U.S.
Assigned to defend Osama bin Laden's driver, a Navy lawyer upsets some by refusing to 'roll over'
The New York Times Magazine
(Seattle Post-Intelligencer reporter Mike Barber contributed to this report)
In a matter of days, Swift and other lawyers for prisoners held at Guantanamo Bay and in a naval brig in Charleston, S.C., will begin to test the limits of the victories they won yesterday in the Supreme Court.
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