Guantanamo hunger striker v. Barack Obama

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image.img.png-thumb-300x375-1860.jpegEmad Hassan, who has been held without charge since 2002 and cleared for release since 2009, has been abusively force-fed more than 5000 times since 2007 as part of the military's efforts to break his hunger strike. He suffers from serious internal injuries as a result...

The motion to interdict his torture will be filed in the DC District Court on Monday.

Historic Legal Challenge to Force-Feeding 

Photo courtesy of Reprieve

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