Why am I still in Guantánamo after 14 years? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Why am I still in Guantánamo after 14 years?

I am officially a prisoner of war, though the only battle I ever fought back home, as a taxi driver in Karachi, was the rush hour traffic. I was mistaken for an extremist, captured by Gen. Pervez Musharraf’s government and sold to the CIA for a bounty in 2002. I’ve now been detained at Guantánamo, without trial, for nearly 14 years.

President Trump’s lawyers argued in court this month that I and other Guantánamo prisoners who have filed habeas corpus petitions could be held by the U.S. government for a hundred years, if that is how long the “conflict” lasts.

Torture makes you go mad. Sometimes I catch myself going mad again now. Every time I am force-fed, every time I meet with my lawyer, every time I see a doctor, they use some kind of metal detector device to do a cavity search. They have never found anything in all these years. What I am meant to be hiding, I have no idea. It is pointless. But I have to wonder if the radiation it emits isn’t my own private Hiroshima or Nagasaki — four, six, eight times a day. Maybe I am paranoid, but I feel that something bad is happening to me, deep inside.

When someone says, “Good morning,” I do not respond anymore. There is no morning and no evening. There is only despair.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The American Deep State can never, ever admit that they have done anything, or signed off on anything, which is completely, utterly morally wrong; with the indefinite imprisonment of prisoners of war at Gitmo, it has done something horribly wrong.

One of the pillars of American law used to be a right to a fair trial, even for POWs; but that will not happen for the men accused of crimes they may well not have committed. They will simply rot in prison, with no chance of a trial, because there has been enough discovery by their attorneys, at this point, to establish reasonable doubt in the minds of these military judges.

So these men will not be tried: because if they were able to prove their innocence against the charges leveled against them, the American Deep State would have to admit that it had been wrong, and caused something wrong to happen to them.

And in this same insane, Terry Gilliam's "Brazil", gestapo-like, Unhinged, Surveilled State of Amerika, the following occurred just last week: Joe Biden's Niece gets probation in a $110,000 credit card case.

Nice to be connected to the elite in this country, isn't it?!? Far better than being a Middle Eastern POW who knows that they will rot and die in jail at Gitmo, because the American Deep State "Never Makes Mistakes" with whom it imprisons.

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