Vacation in Guantanamo Bay...

Below are a couple of documentaries that shed light on what is taking place in Americas most popular military prison...
Gitmo - Story of Guantanamo prisoners
Documentary about two prisoners who were tortured by all means so that they will accept something they never did. One is from sweden and another from England.

The Road to Guantanamo
""The film tells the disputed story of Ruhal Ahmed, Asif Iqbal and Shafiq Rasul (the 'Tipton Three'); three young British men from Tipton in the West Midlands who were captured by the Northern Alliance in Afghanistan in 2001 and detained as "enemy combatants" at Guantánamo Bay, without charge or legal representation, for nearly three years. As well as interviews with the three men themselves and archive news footage from the period, the film contains an account of the three men's experiences following their capture by the Northern Alliance, the subsequent handover to the United States military and their detention in Cuba. It contains several scenes depicting their alleged beatings during interrogation, the use of alleged torture techniques such as 'stress positions' and attempts to extract forced confessions of involvement with Al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
The Tipton Three were all released without charge in 2004."""
How is that America has a prison on Cuban soil?


  1. Anonymous said...
  2. Guantanamo Bay may not be right, but it's a shame the Tipton Three were not quite as 'innocent' as the movie portrays.

    "Ahmed confessed (Rasul had refused to go through with the test) not only to visiting an Islamist training camp but also handling weapons and learning how to use an AK47"