Interviews, 2009-2017

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Interviews with 149 former detainees and others -- attornies, chaplains, guards, government officials, human rights advocates, journalists -- who witnessed the impact of the Guantanamo Bay detention center in the post-911 years. A wide range of topics includes physical and psychological torture, religious faith, medical care, interrogation, trials, and women at Guantanamo. Short clips extracted from the interviews, used on the Witness to Guantanamo website, are listed where available.

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