Two female Navy veterans pull back the curtain on Guantanamo Bay, where the war on terror meets a military culture rife with harassment and sexual assault. Razor wire. Orange jumpsuits. A tiny white cell. Well over detainees from around the world have been held here and we rarely get a glimpse inside. Yet hundreds of Americans know the place intimately.
Guantanamo detainee 'forced to have sex with three female interrogators'
Why did these women do it?
Saar, 29, did not provide the manuscript, but he did confirm the authenticity of nine draft pages obtained by The A. He asked that his hometown remain private so he would not be harassed. The manuscript is classified as secret pending a Pentagon review for a book Mr. Saar is writing about the military's use of women as part of tougher physical and psychological interrogation tactics against terrorism suspects. In another case, Mr. Saar's manuscript describes a military woman interrogating an uncooperative year-old Saudi detainee. The interrogator wanted to "break him," according to Mr.
Ex-G.I. Writes About Use of Sex in Guantánamo Interrogations
A Guantanamo bay convict claims he was forced to have sex with female interrogators in his recently published memoir. Detainee Mohamedou Ould Slahi joined the terrorist organisation Al- Qaeda in the s soon after the Russian occupation of Afghanistan and was taken to the Cuban prison in In the redacted version of his book, the inmate claims his captors took off their tops and 'talked dirty' to him before touching him, according to The Mirror. In his book, for which he had to struggle for six-years to get it published, Slahi recounts the physical and mental torture, brutal treatment and humiliation that he had to suffer during his time at the prison that currently holds inmates. He states in his book that the maltreatment and torment haunted him.
Female interrogators tried to break Muslim detainees at the U. A draft manuscript obtained by The Associated Press is classified as secret pending a Pentagon review for a planned book that details ways the U. It's the most revealing account so far of interrogations at the secretive detention camp, where officials say they have halted some controversial techniques. Erik R. Saar, 29, told AP.