DECEMBER 9, 2022
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20 Years of U.S. Crimes against Humanity in Guantánamo

20 Years of U.S. Crimes against Humanity in Guantánamo

In Cuba on January 11, 2002, an infamous torture chamber and maximum security prison was established that to this day has held men completely stripped of their rights. They have been tortured to extract forced confessions, denied their religion, denied visitors, denied due process. They have never faced trial nor even been charged with a crime. The U.S. government runs Guantánamo prison on Cuban soil, territory illegally held since 1898. The reason these men are held outside the United States is simple: Washington reserves the right to ignore U.S. and international law as it engages in the most barbaric and inhumane torture of the prisoners to extract “confessions.”

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