As the Guantanamo hunger strike enters day 100, the inmates’ lawyers have revealed details of abuses their clients are subject to, while the prison authorities keep denying they are resorting to practices violating human rights.
A fair trial would have been a natural step. To have all of the parties heard and resolve the crisis, believes Clive Stafford Smith, founder of legal group Reprieve, and an attorney for several detainees in the Guantánamo Bay camp.
Follow RT’s day-by-day timeline of the Gitmo hunger strike.
RT spoke to the activist who was first to reveal some of the harsh methods allegedly used in Guantanamo, including degrading body searches, which inmates have to undergo just to phone their representatives.
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- Growing Health Concerns As Guantanamo Hunger Strike Marks 100 Days (eurasiareview.com)
- Guantanamo hunger strike widens, concern over force-feeding (nation.com.pk)