There was no discrimination, as far as sending people to the firing squad was concerned. Many of those who helped Castro gain power, like Comandantes Ernesto Sori Marin and William Morgan, an American, were among the thousands who were shot. Fidel Castro questioning a Cuban farmer who was later executed. Even before the triumph of the Revolution, Castro and his gang were prone to murder those who disagreed with them.
Interview with Ruhal Ahmed by Laura Poitras in Three British Muslim prisoners, known in the media at the time as the " Tipton Three ", were repatriated to the United Kingdom in Marchwhere officials immediately released them without charge.
The three have alleged ongoing torture, sexual degradationforced drugging and religious persecution being committed by U.
Ghezali has claimed that he was the victim of repeated torture. Omar Deghayes alleges he was blinded by pepper spray during his detention. The detainees say no sedatives were provided during these procedures, which they allege took place in front of U.
Government stopped releasing hunger strike information, due to its having "no operational purpose" . During the month of Ramadan that year, the US military claimed that the amount of detainees on hunger strike had dropped from to However, according to defense attorney Clive Stafford Smith, "The military are cheating on the numbers as usual.
Some detainees are taking a token amount of food as part of the traditional breaking of the fast at the end of each day in Ramadan, so that is now conveniently allowing them to be counted as not striking.
She had complained that painting and drawing was made difficult, and he was not permitted to give artwork to his counsel. The prisoners supposedly feel that they may be able to get better treatment or release with suicide attempts.
Daryl Matthewsa professor of forensic psychiatry at the University of Hawaii who examined the prisoners, stated that given the cultural differences between interrogators and prisoners, "intent" was difficult if not impossible to make.
Guantanamo Bay homicide accusations On 10 June three detainees were found dead, who, according to the Pentagon"killed themselves in an apparent suicide pact.
Bush administration 's human rights record. Saudi detainees at Guantanamo Bay Highly disturbed about the deaths of its citizens under U.
From June throughthe U.
The Saudi government developed a re-integration program including religious education, helping arrange marriages and jobs, to bring detainees back to society.
Guantanamo Bay homicide accusations The Center for Policy and Research published Death in Camp Deltaits analysis of the NCIS report, noting many inconsistencies in the government account and said the conclusion of suicide by hanging in their cells was not supported.
His account was based on the testimony of four members of the Military Intelligence unit assigned to guard Camp Delta, including a decorated non-commissioned Army officer who was on duty as sergeant of the guard the night of 9—10 June Horton said the deaths had occurred at a black siteknown as " Camp No ", outside the perimeter of the camp.
The inspectors concluded that "the construction of such a system, whose stated purpose is the production of intelligence, cannot be considered other than an intentional system of cruel, unusual and degrading treatment and a form of torture. The ICRC reports of several activities that, it said, were "tantamount to torture": It also reported that a Behavioral Science Consultation Team BSCTalso called 'Biscuit,' and military physicians communicated confidential medical information to the interrogation teams weaknesses, phobias, etc.
Following leaking of the U.
The newspaper said the administration and the Pentagon had seen the ICRC report in July but rejected its findings. Most times, they had urinated or defecated on themselves and had been left there for 18, 24 hours or more. In Army Specialist Sean Bakera soldier posing as a prisoner during training exercises at the camp, was beaten so severely that he suffered a brain injury and seizures.
In the only top terrorist was reportedly Mohammed al Qahtani from Saudi Arabia, who is believed to have planned to participate in the September 11 attacks in Some accounts of the treatment he received are as follows: Water is poured over the detainee.
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Beloved and loathed by his citizens, Mr. Castro held power for decades as a defiant foe of the United States.