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Talk Nation Radio: Guantanamo Is Getting Worse


By davidswanson - Posted on 05 June 2013

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Jason Leopold writes for Al Jazeera.  See his articles here.  Leopold, just back from Guantanamo, says that since President Obama's speech, no one has been freed, no one has quit hunger striking, and the number of people being force-fed has increased. Abusive policies are being adopted, in part in apparent response to the hunger strike.  The top commander at the prison is suspected of perjury, in addition to cruel and inhuman treatment.  The U.S. military's own lawyers say he is unfit for command.  The prison has kept hidden listening devices in rooms where prisoners meet with attorneys, and has accessed defense lawyers' files and emails.  There remains one way out for prisoners of this camp: death.

Photo of force-feeding chair by Jason Leopold.

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