How can we make sure that the record of what happened at the Guantanamo Bay Detention Center is not lost to time, link rot, and historical rewriting? Create a Gitmo archive. Mark Denbeaux, a law professor at Seton Hall University, and Jonathan Hafetz, an ACLU lawyer, are doing just that, beginning with Gitmo defense attorneys' accounts and notes. (Both men represent detainees.) Michael Nash, head of the Tamiment Library at NYU, is helping them. I take a look at the early stages of the project.