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    <br> Slahi was accused of terrorism because he had once supported al-Qaeda during the 1980s Afghanistan insurrection but after several years of physical and psychological torture at the prison camp, Hollander helped him to win a ruling of unlawful detention by the US government. For the first time, a Guantánamo Bay prisoner who went through the brutal US government interrogation program after the 9/11 attacks has described it openly in court, saying he was left terrified and hallucinating from techniques that the CIA long sought to keep secret. Abdel Aziz said that he sought out DeSantis – whose name he didn’t know at the time, as military personnel in Guantánamo did not wear names on their uniforms as a security measure – because he knew that JAG officers offered him an opportunity to air mistreatment claims. DeSantis has attributed his decision to join the military to growing up in blue-collar surroundings in Dunedin, Fla. Ultimately, it was the Pentagon’s decision to authorize force-feeding. Another said that DeSantis witnessed his force-feeding in person. When the classmate later heard that DeSantis signed up at Harvard Law to serve in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, he was surprised that DeSantis would pass up a potentially lucrative private law career.<br>

    <br> “I volunteered to serve in Gitmo,” he told the Florida CBS station, using the shorthand for Guantánamo. Scholarship by Erik McDuffie, Paul Alkebulan, Robin D. G. Kelley, and Jakobi Williams work serve as examples. See the escorts that are working late night, or later than 10pm. To ensure that this category is accurate, early each morning this category is reset, So if an escort is showing in this category, “Girls After 10pm”, then you know that she has chosen to work late on that evening and has notified NZG. The experts: Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights while countering terrorism, Elina Steinerte (Chair-Rapporteur), Miriam Estrada-Castillo (Vice-Chair), Leigh Toomey, Mumba Malila, Priya Gopalan, Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, Nils Melzer, Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, gangbang inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment; Siobhán Mullally, Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children; Morris Tidball-Binz, Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions; and and Luciano Hazan (Chair-Rapporteur), Aua Baldé (Vice-Chair), Tae-Ung Baik, Gabriella Citroni, Henrikas Mickevičius, Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances, and Tlaleng Mofokeng, Special Rapporteur on the right to physical and mental health. Nance doubts very much that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed lasted that long under the water treatment (and I am pathetically pleased to hear it).<br>

    <br> The water didn’t stop. The detainees’ lawyers tried and failed to stop the painful practice, arguing that it violated international torture conventions. As the hunger strikes stretched into 2006, the Pentagon authorized widespread force-feeding despite international outcry. Commission on Human Rights concluding that force-feeding amounted to torture, and the International Committee of the Red Cross reaching a similar conclusion about overall conditions at the prison – both claims that the U.S. Mr Adayfi first made the claims publicly in November 2022, on the Eye’s Left podcast. Adayfi did not note his claims about DeSantis in his memoir; he appears to have first cited it in an interview last November to the podcast Eyes Left. J. Wells Dixon, a detainee lawyer who said he remembers meeting with DeSantis at the base, said that the experience should have convinced the governor the base should be closed. “If DeSantis is honest with himself, having served as a naval officer and as a lawyer at Guantánamo, then he surely knows that Guantánamo is a human rights disaster and its continuing existence demeans the United States and is an affront to human rights and the rule of law,” said Dixon, who represents one remaining detainee and is a senior staff attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights.<br>

    <br> “If you are just a soldier you have less responsibility for what you are doing, but if you are in charge of legal things, then it’s extremely bad,” Aziz said. BlackGirlMagic in the counterdiscursive way for which I have argued. Aziz said of DeSantis: “He was the wrong person, at the wrong place at the wrong time.” He was just a lieutenant, carrying out instructions and mostly performing routine tasks rather than making decisions, but Aziz argued that his legal training, at Harvard and then at the US Navy JAG school, gave him a particular duty to speak out. Tensions were already simmering in Guantánamo by early June 2006. Riots broke out in one cell block. Zuley’s interrogation of Mohamedou Ould Slahi was described by a former Guantánamo Bay official as illegal, immoral, ineffective, and unconstitutional, and it eventually led to numerous false confessions by Slahi. Torture is not only illegal, it has had disastrous and far-reaching consequences: it has stained the U.S. Others still stand by the conduct of the U.S. But Mr. Khan, who has cooperated with the U.S. In May 2016, DeSantis chaired a House national security subcommittee that examined what do with the 80 detainees who remained at the base.<br>

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