The Guantanamo Guidebook reconstructs the regime at the US's Cuban base. For 48 hours, seven volunteers are subjected to interrogation
techniques known to be used in the camp, ranging from harassment and abuse to sensory deprivation - with shocking results.
Autopsy reports reveal homicides of detainees
in U.S. custody http://action.aclu.org/torturefoia/released/102405/ Documentation of Deaths http://action.aclu.org/torturefoia/released/102405/3128.pdf What was done was inhuman and absolute cruelty. No one should ever have this
done to them. These are crimes and should be treated as such. The perpetrators should be jailed and those who condoned
it should be jailed. If any one of us ever kidnapped a person and did this we most certainly would be in jail for very
long time. So why does the US get away
with these crimes. They should not be treated any differently then any other criminal. President Vice president no exceptions.
Not only is it torture it's MURDER
Sanctions enforced by the UN on Iraq since the Gulf War have killed more people than the two atomic bombs
dropped on Japan in 1945, including over half a million children - many of whom weren't even born when the Gulf War began.