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Thread: Blackout TV: US media turn blind eye to Gitmo hunger strike

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    Guantanamo Bay Hunger Strike Presentation

    This video showing the Standard procedure for Force Feeding a Guantanamo Bay prisoner. This force-feeding goes on on a daily basis. The majority of these detainees have not been charged with any crime.

    The video features a rapper known "Mos Def."



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    Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def) force-fed under standard Guantánamo Bay procedure.
    As Ramadan begins, more than 100 hunger-strikers in Guantánamo Bay continue their protest. More than 40 of them are being force-fed. A leaked document sets out the military instructions, or standard operating procedure, for force-feeding detainees. In this four-minute film made by Human Rights organisation Reprieve and Bafta award-winning director Asif Kapadia, US actor and rapper Yasiin Bey (formerly known as Mos Def), experiences the procedure.
    * tears. That was painful to watch, raw.
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    Guantanamo Bay Timeline - 'Gitmo gives terrorists powerful recruitment tool' - Gitmo wrong from the get-go

    Guantanamo Bay Timeline, Imperial US timeline...



    Published on 6 Aug 2013

    Ever wonder why Guantanamo Bay is in Cuba, of all places? Or how long it has been around, or why it's not closer to shutting than the day it opened in 2002? We did....Erin Ade breakdowns the timeline of key events.

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    'Gitmo gives terrorists powerful recruitment tool'

    Published on 5 Aug 2013

    It's now half a year since Guantanamo's prisoners began their hunger strike. The US military says the self-imposed starvation protest is waning - because inmates have been eating after dusk as is tradition in the holy month of Ramadan. But painful force-feeding procedures and invasive body searches are still part of the daily routine for many of the prisoners. Keeping the prison running, meanwhile, seems to serve as a recruitment tool for terrorists worldwide - that's what the senior counter-terrorism counsel for Human Rights Watch told RT.

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    Gitmo wrong from the get-go, says chief architect



    Published on 6 Aug 2013

    Guantanamo Bay currently holds 166 prisoners and of those, 86 have been cleared for release. The facility spends approximately $2.7 million per person per year to house and now the chief architect behind the jail is saying Gitmo should have never been built in the first place. According to Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense William Lietzau, prisoners should have been legally designated as prisoners of war and either released or officially charged with a crime. Retired Col. Morris Davis and Lt. Col. Barry Wingard weigh in on Gitmo.

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    UN sponsored prisoner exchange being considered....





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    Justice Department claims al-Qaeda may attack Gitmo ( You can't make it up ! ) LOL

    Published on 6 Aug 2013

    For the past six months, dozens of detainees have been participating in a hunger strike at the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The prisoners are protesting the conditions at the facility, and since the start of the demonstration guards have made individuals subject to invasive searches and have also resorted to force feeding nearly 41 of those still taking part in the protest. According to the Department of Justice, al-Qaeda may attack Gitmo in the near future and are taking these actions to control the flow of information at the prison. So is an attack possible? Pardiss Kebriaei, senior attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights, breaks down the circumstances.
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