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Guantnamo Diary Mohamedou Ould Slahi 2015 :: The Progressive Torrents Community
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2015-02-05 23:10:44

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Kroft, correspondent for 60 Minutes
"Anyone who reads Guantanamo Diary---and every American with a shred of
conscience should do so, now---will be ashamed and appalled. Mohamedou
Ould Slahis demand for simple justice should be our call to action.
Because whats at stake in this case is not just the fate of one man
who managed, against all odds, to tell his story, but the future of our
democracy."—Glenn Greenwald, No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA,
and the U.S. Surveillance State
"Here, finally, is the disturbing and stirring story the United States
government tried for years to conceal. Mohamedou Ould Slahis ordeal
shocks the conscience, to be sure. But on display in these pages is
something much deeper as well: an enduring faith in our common
humanity, and in the power of truth to leap prison walls and bridge
divides. With devastating clarity and considerable wit, Guantánamo
Diary reminds us why we call certain things human rights."—Anthony
Romero, Executive Director, American Civil Liberties Union
"A vision of hell, beyond Orwell, beyond Kafka: perpetual torture
prescribed by the mad doctors of Washington."—John le Carré
"Once considered such a high-value detainee that former Secretary of
Defense Donald Rumsfeld designated him for special interrogation
techniques....Slahi had been subjected to sleep deprivation, exposed
to extremes of heat and cold, moved around the base blindfolded, and at
one point taken into the bay on a boat and threatened with
death....Slahi faces no criminal charges."—Carol Rosenberg, Miami

About the Author

Mohamedou Slahi was born in a small town in Mauritania in 1970. He won
a scholarship to attend college in Germany and worked there for several
years as an engineer. He returned to Mauritania in 2000. The following
year, at the behest of the United States, he was detained by
Mauritanian authorities and rendered to a prison in Jordan; later he
was rendered again, first to Bagram Air Force Base in Afghanistan, and
finally, on August 5, 2002, to the U.S. prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba,
where he was subjected to severe torture. In 2010, a federal judge
ordered him immediately released, but the government appealed that
decision. The U.S. government has never charged him with a crime. He
remains imprisoned in Guantánamo.
Larry Siems is a writer and human rights activist and for many years
directed the Freedom to Write program at PEN American Center. He is the
author, most recently, of The Torture Report: What the Documents Say
About Americas Post-9/11 Torture Program. He lives in New York.

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