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WikiLeaks veröffentlichte im November und Dezember 2007 die Richtlinien der U.S.-Armee für das Gefangenenlager Guantánamo Bay (Camp Delta Standard Operating Procedures). Die Dokumente bewiesen erstmals die Verletzung der Menschenrechte und der Genfer Konventionen, wie zum Beispiel den systematischen Entzug des Kontakts bestimmter Gefangener zur Internationalen Rotkreuz- und Rothalbmond-Bewegung. Die Misshandlungen seien mit fachkundiger Anleitung von Ärzten durchgeführt worden. Ein Handbuch enthielt die Anweisung dem Internationalen Roten Kreuz nur Zugang zu bestimmten Gefangenen zu gestatten. (vgl. Veröffentlichungen von WikiLeaks – Wikipedia)

Guard tower at Camp Delta, Joint Task Force Guantanamo June 9, 2010

GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba – A soldier with the Rhode Island Army National Guard’s 115th Military Police Company stands watch in a guard tower at Camp Delta, Joint Task Force Guantanamo June 9, 2010. The Rhode Island Army National Guard unit is here on a year-long deployment providing security at the Joint Task Force Guantanamo detention facilities. The JTF Guantanamo conducts safe, humane, legal and transparent care and custody of detainees, including those convicted by military commission and those ordered released by a court. The JTF conducts intelligence collection, analysis and dissemination for the protection of detainees and personnel working in JTF Guantanamo facilities and in support of the War on Terror. JTF Guantanamo provides support to the Office of Military Commissions, to law enforcement and to war crimes investigations. The JTF conducts planning for and, on order, responds to Caribbean mass migration operations. (JTF Guantanamo photo by U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth) UNCLASSIFIED – Cleared for public release. For additional information contact JTF Guantanamo PAO 011-5399-3589; DSN 660-3589 www.jtfgtmo.southcom.mil

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Anti-Torture Protest at the US Capitol Steps

Part of our group assembled on the US Capitol steps and was unfortunately arrested. Some participants sang the names of Guantánamo prisoners who had been cleared for release, but not yet released. The crowd at the bottom sang back, "We remember you". The third banner, (rolled up by a cop) reads "Broken Lives". Photograph by Tracy Robson. (1/21/10)