Truthout / By Jason Leopold
Death Threats, a Fired Bullet and Cold Cells: Hear Guantanamo Horror Stories as Mass Hunger Strike Continues
Guantanamo prisoners provide new details on the hellish prison camp to lawyers as a mass hunger strike continues.
April 22, 2013 |
Abdulsalam Al-Hela does not understand why he and other Guantanamo prisoners reside in a perpetual state of legal limbo.
“Can it really be true that US, with all its power, all over the world, can’t solve the problems of 100 men?” he asked his attorney, David Remes, during a meeting in early March.
“Yes,” Remes told the Yemeni prisoner. “It’s true.”
No one knows what to do with these living artifacts of a post-9/11 world.