Guantanamo at 20: Through the eyes of a detainee

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In 2001, whilst doing lookup in Afghanistan, Mansoor Adayfi says he used to be captured and became over to the CIA. He grew to become 19 in a black website and weeks later discovered himself hooded and shackled at the newly opened American navy jail in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Hundreds of prisoners arrived in the first years; now dozens remain. Mansoor tells us his personal story and how he and different detainees are making an attempt to deliver an give up to a apparently limitless logo of American injustice, the jail at Guantanamo Bay.

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