The Guantanamo Files: The Stories of the 759 Detainees in America's Ille

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Pluto Press, Oct 20, 2007 - History - 352 pages
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-- The first book to tell the story of every man trapped in Guantanamo -- 'An important book. If you care about our Government's complicity in these illegal and horrific acts then this book provides the evidence.' Ken Loach"Extraordinary rendition, fa

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User Review  - Aman Fida - Goodreads

A complete and full story about the torture prison that Guantanamo. Very well researched and refuting the view that these detainees were the worst of the worst. A must read Read full review

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User Review  - Abben - Goodreads

In parts agonizingly unreadable. You get a blizzard of Arabic names, and you move back and forth between dozens of unrelated stories. It does a far better job of characterizing the abuse than Thomas Ricks' book Fiasco (though Fiasco talks about Abu Graihb and TGF talks about Guantanamo.) Read full review

Contents

Operation Enduring Freedom
1
The QalaiJanghi Massacre
9
The Convoy of Death
19
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Andy Worthington is a journalist and author. He writes regularly for numerous publications including the Guardian, Truthout, the Huffington Post, CounterPunch, Antiwar.com, AlterNet, ZNet, Cageprisoners, the Future of Freedom Foundation and the Daily Star, Lebanon, and has also written for the New York Times and Amnesty International. He is also the author of two books on modern British social history, and is the co-director, with Polly Nash, of the new documentary film, "Outside the Law: Stories from Guantanamo."

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