This video from Sky News in Britain is called Binyam Mohamed released from Guantanamo Bay.
From British daily News Line:
Saturday, 14 March 2009
UK resident Binyam Mohamed, recently freed from Guantanamo Bay, has called for ex-US President Bush to be put on trial over his rendition and torture and, if there is enough evidence, the former UK Premier Blair as well.
My Role in the Torture of Binyam Mohamed, by Barbara Ehrenreich: here.
Britain: The Conservative Party is leading a right-wing campaign against Guantánamo torture victim Binyam Mohamed: here.
THE High Court released details of a document on Monday suggesting that the US government had tried to prevent Guantanamo detainee Binyam Mohamed taking legal action over allegations that he was tortured: here.
THERE MUST BE NO COVER-UP – Binyam police probe must go right to top: here.
Britain’s attorney general has authorised a police investigation into whether MI5 was complicit in the torture of ex-Guantánamo detainee Binyam Mohamed: here.
In a court filing Friday, the Obama administration abandoned the Bush administration’s legal designation of “enemy combatant.” However, the filing defended the president’s right to seize and hold suspected prisoners indefinitely as part of the “war on terror”: here.
Like the Obama administration, the [Australian] Rudd government is using every possible legal device to suppress evidence of torture at Guantánamo Bay. It is trying to block a compensation case by Mamdouh Habib, who was detained there for three years without trial or charge: here.
WASHINGTON has turned down an offer from the Venezuelan government to take in any of the 245 remaining Guantanamo detainees once they are released: here.
Britain: MINISTERS came under cross-party pressure on Thursday to investigate fresh allegations of MI5 complicity in the torture of terror suspects: here.
LEGAL rights campaigners welcomed a High Court ruling on Friday which could result in the public disclosure of secret documents detailing the torture of former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Binyam Mohamed: here.