Forgotten Gitmo issue brought up in new film

12 03 2021

We greive over this horrific story of people swept up with no trial and tortured and imprisoned for years.  Now we see this is authrized too for US citizens.

This new film showcases the whole issue

LINK –  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WJSjln30BQ

LINK –  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnYoygwh_Q0

Guantanamo Diary

Files we saved –

This document clearly specifies that the abusive interrogation techniques to be used at Guatanamo Bay prison (JTF GTMO) are based upon the US military’s Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escap (SERE) program
https://wikileaks.org/wiki/Guantanamo%27s_SERE_Standard_Operating_Procedures,_2002

Officials: CIA gave waterboarders $5M legal shield

INTERROGATION LOG DETAINEE 063 [original in Time magazine, scrubbed since]
https://web.archive.org/web/20070605105905/https://time.com/time/2006/log/log.pdf

WikiLeaks Reveals Secret Files on All Guantánamo Prisoners
https://wikileaks.org/gitmo/

GWOT excused as patriotic
https://file.wikileaks.org/file/us-torture-elements-of-a-possible-initiative-2005.pdf

US fixation on using pig’s blood in torture sessions
https://file.wikileaks.org/file/pigs-blood-interrogation.doc

 


You can see here why the US State Dept. wants to censor all inquiries on this topic.
Scroll down the sidebar for REICHSTAG FIRE USA for more. – FC

 

 

 

 

 





Obama Legacy: TORTURE

9 12 2014

Obama10   Obama4

Obama9    Obama18

Obama17    Obama12

Obama1    Obama16

Obama2    Obama13

Obama3    Obama15

Obama21    Obama31

Obama22    Obama32

Obama40    Obama41

Obama42    Obama23

Obama39    Obama24

Obama29    Obama25

Obama5    Obama14

Obama26    Obama37

Obama34    Obama30

Obama27    Obama38

Obama8    Obama19

Obama28    Obama33

Obama38    Obama35

Obama6    Obama20

Obama7    Obama36

Today US Senate puts out the torture report from their (rubber stamp) intel committee. If it is worse than “Torture Techniques used in Guantanamo“, be prepared to blow a fuse!

The Intercept: Live Coverage of the Senate Torture Report

From page 9 -10 of the 500+ page report:

TortureReportp9





WikiLeaks: Julian Assange ‘faces execution or Guantánamo detention’

11 01 2011

From The Guardian (UK)

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, could be at “real risk” of the death penalty or detention in Guantánamo Bay if he is extradited to Sweden on accusations of rape and sexual assault, his lawyers claim.

In a skeleton summary of their defence against attempts by the Swedish director of public prosecutions to extradite him, released today, Assange’s legal team argue that there is a similar likelihood that the US would subsequently seek his extradition “and/or illegal rendition”, “where there will be a real risk of him being detained at Guantánamo Bay or elsewhere”. . . (more)

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/jan/11/julian-assange-wikileaks-execution-gantanamo

 





WikiLeaks: Numerous Reasons to Dismiss US Claims that “Ghost Prisoner” Aafia Siddiqui Was Not Held in Bagram + Bring Aafia Home

6 12 2010

WikiLeaks: Numerous Reasons to Dismiss US Claims that “Ghost Prisoner” Aafia Siddiqui Was Not Held in Bagram + Bring Aafia Home.
by Andy Worthington
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad

In sifting through the avalanche of US diplomatic cables released by Wikileaks, only the Guardian, in the Western media, has picked up on cables from Islamabad relating to the case of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, the Pakistani neuroscientist who disappeared with her three young children in Karachi on March 30, 2003, and did not reappear until July 17, 2008, in Ghazni, Afghanistan, where she was reportedly arrested by Afghan forces for acting strangely, allegedly carrying a bag that contained a list of US targets for terrorist attacks as well as bomb-making instructions and assorted chemicals. When US soldiers turned up, Dr. Siddiqui then reportedly seized a gun and shot at them. Although she failed to hit her targets, at point-blank range, she was herself shot twice in the abdomen, and was then rendered to the United States, where she was put on trial for attempted murder, and was convicted and given an 86-year prison sentence in September this year.

Dr. Siddiqui’s supporters, and many commentators — myself included — who have examined her story have, for many years, had reason to doubt the official narrative about her capture in 2008, and her whereabouts for the previous five years….(more)