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Returning Afghans Talk of Guantanamo

prontospyder

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Washington Post

Sarajudim left the Kabul jail today carrying medical records in English, which he could not read, indicating he had received regular medical care at Guantanamo, including psychological counseling for "life circumstances issues."

"The American soldiers treated me well," he said. "I am very happy with them."
 

Megamorph

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Two years from now you'll read in the news:

"Muslim terrorist, who was once jailed in Guantanamo, but released after US officials determined that he was no threat, was identified as the third hijacker on Flight XXX
which exploded in flight killing 220 innocent Americans."
 

Alistar7

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wow, sounds brutal there, guess the claims of geneva violations were only the tip of the iceberg...
 

Megamorph

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Originally posted by: Alistar7
wow, sounds brutal there, guess the claims of geneva violations were only the tip of the iceberg...

Oh yeah, real brutal. Much worse than what US prisoners, who by the way are POW's where Geneva applies, have been going through.

Throwing the Koran in the toilet is brutal for sure. Much worse than being publicly beaten, humiliated, and executed.

Get a F-ing clue.
 

BigJ

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Originally posted by: Megamorph
Originally posted by: Alistar7
wow, sounds brutal there, guess the claims of geneva violations were only the tip of the iceberg...

Oh yeah, real brutal. Much worse than what US prisoners, who by the way are POW's where Geneva applies, have been going through.

Throwing the Koran in the toilet is brutal for sure. Much worse than being publicly beaten, humiliated, and executed.

Get a F-ing clue.
hint: sarcasm!
 

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