Selasa, 12 Maret 2013
Guantanamo Guards Open Mouth
Guantanamo Guards Open Mouth
HOUSTON - Brandon Neely was chased feelings of guilt and shame due to bad deeds, words harsh, cruel acts that he and his colleagues did with the helpless prisoners.
Brendan is a former detention camp guards and perhaps the most famous in the world's most inhumane, Guantanamo. "Innocent people, innocent, black, white, Muslim, or Jew, no matter who you are - no exceptions in treating people in ways that I was bad and people do." She said Brendan who served in Guantanamo for six month as quoted ole The Independent, Wednesday (18/02)
"It was very wrong and criminal, and so contrary to what was to become the foundation berpija the United States,"
One of the forms of violence that are spoken former guard was awarded custody abuses that have been designed to influence their physical and mental Hit, vulgarity, harassment of humanitarian starts from day one so prisoners stepped into the famous prison. "Upon arrival, all prisoners would shout during the process," he said. "Prisoners were told if they had dinuklir country and there's nothing left, and all of his family died. Fact I was also in some of the guards said prisoners would be killed at any time," said Brendan. Brendan is also considering a special session of humiliation when it coincides with the Muslim prayer time. "During the call to prayer, the soldiers would repeatedly mangolok fun of and laugh at the inmates. Much singing loudly during prayer, even a few squirts of water to the inmates when they pray," said Brendan length U.S. itself still save hundreds of detainees at Guantanamo opened in 2002, labeling them enemies and battle extremists and deny their rights. Notorious military detention center had been condemned and International residents being black U.S. track record on human rights violations. Brendan - now a law enforcement officer Housten region - behind the mock argument if Guantanamo detain a dangerous terrorist in the world. "I still remember when I was told about the arrest ... if one day we will be faced with the worst world that ever was," he remembers well when told that many prisoners who helped plan the attacks of September 11. "I myself prepared to face the most dangerous people in the world, terrorists are plotting and killing thousands of people in my country," said Brendan. "Until the day comes when the people'' most dangerous" comes, and it turns out they are not as I imagined, "he said He said a group of prisoners arrived at Guantanamo nothing more than ordinary people who are shaking." Many of them are small , thin, very scared and hurt. And when I imagine them down, I'll meet people violent, threatening, and dangerous expression, "" As long as it was when I started to see the prisoners as much as anyone else, not a monster like the people said, "He admitted to spending a lot of time with David Hicks, an Australian-converted to Islam who was captured in Afghanistan. "Hicks is far from the face of a cold-blooded killer who always said the people. He was a normal guy like me. He sat down, throwing jokes and making small talk. It will do the same, "says Brendan. Addition with Hicks, Brendan also often listen to music with a British prisoner Ruhal Ahmed who was almost her own age." Ruhal Ahmed I saw and that just spoke to also look perfectly normal, young man everyday like I used to, "says Brendan. precisely in Guantanamo, Brendang admitted learning a lot about Muslims." tergeleng I got my head to see how they berdedikasinya with their beliefs. Things you did not come across in the United States