Monday, November 2, 2009

"Justice Denied: Voices from Guantanamo"

Ateqah Khaki from the ACLU's National Security Project conducted these interviews when many of the Guantanamo detainees were in London for a special Ramadan dinner hosted by Cage Prisoners.

The men in the video above were held at Guantánamo for years without charge, denied any meaningful opportunity to challenge the legality of their detention. But now they are finally free. This is their story.
Produced for the ACLU by Joel P. Engardio and Ateqah Khaki
Directed, Edited and Written by Joel P. Engardio
Production Assistance by Laila G. Nazarali and Maryam Hassan

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