First-time Release: Disturbing Images of Torture Techniques in Guantanamo Detention Center

A detainee at US Guantanamo Bay has submitted dozens of handwritten drawings of torture methods he was subjected to in the so-called CIA torture program after 9/11.

The drawings provided by Abu Zubaydah, numbering 40, were the most complete and detailed account of the brutal methods he was subjected to by US intelligence agencies between 2002 and 2006, according to the newspaper.Guardian“British.

This prompted the UN to demand his release, emphasizing that these methods are contrary to all international laws.

The photographs, written by “Abu Zubaydah” and later sent to one of his lawyers, Professor Mark Denbo, depict horrific acts of violence, sexual and ethnic abuse, and prolonged psychological terror to which the detainees were subjected.

The aforementioned attorney, along with his students at the Center for Policy and Research at Seton Hall University School of Law, compiled photographs and testimonies of Zubaydah in a comprehensive report on torture at this notorious prison and other secret intelligence detention centers.

Denbo said, “Abu Zubaida is the first victim of the American torture program after it was approved by the Justice Department based on facts the CIA knew were wrong.”

The Guantanamo Bay Detention Center is located in Guantanamo Bay and is a notorious prison that US authorities began using in 2002 to imprison terrorist suspects.

The prison is considered an absolute authority because of its presence outside of American borders, in the extreme southeast of Cuba, 90 miles from Florida.

None of the human rights laws apply to him to the extent that Amnesty International claims that the American Guantanamo Bay prison represents the barbarity of that era.

Source: The Guardian

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