Six years of Guantánamo Bay camp


This video is called Guantanamo Unclassified.

From British daily News Line:

Saturday, 29 December 2007 SIX YEARS OF GUANTANAMO – the detainees speak

On January 11, 2008 it will be six years since the US authorities first transported ‘war on terror’ detainees to the military prison at the naval camp at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, said Amnesty International yesterday.

‘Half a decade on and not a single detainee has yet been put on trial.

‘The only trials in prospect are unfair military tribunals.

‘Please join us in calling for the closure of Guantánamo Bay.’

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4 thoughts on “Six years of Guantánamo Bay camp

  1. Friday, January 11, 2008, is also the day for actions in Washington, D.C., and around the country aimed at closing the illegal U.S. prison in Guantánamo. January 11th will be the 6-year anniversary of the first prisoners being brought to Guantánamo.

    Last year on the same date, 500 people marched, 150 risked arrest, and 88 were arrested in Washington, many of them refusing to provide their names and instead using the names of men held in Guantánamo. This year, events will begin with a rally on the National Mall co-sponsored with Amnesty International and the National Religious Campaign Against Torture followed by a “prisoner procession” to the Supreme Court.

    Learn more and find out how to hold an event in your town on 1/11:
    http://www.witnesstorture.org

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