Guantanamo: The War on Human Rights

- Senior counterintelligence officials disclose how interrogation techniques used at Guantanamo have led many detainees to make false confessions and accusations - Never-before-published government documents reveal the camp's secret rules, belying the Bush administration's claim that detainees are always treated humanely - Meeting minutes suggest that General Geoffrey Miller, the former commandant later in charge of Abu Ghraib, seriously misled the Red Cross about camp conditions and interrogation procedures - Four former ...

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