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Guantanamo: The War on Human Rights
by David Rose
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0571226701, Paperback)The first book to be published on the subject, this is David Rose's look at 'Camp Delta' at Guantanamo Bay - the most controversial prison in the world. Rose's book is a well-informed indictment of the regime at Guantanamo - he has visited the camp, and interviewed guards, officials and the prison's commander. He has investigated the claims of British detainess released early in 2004, and describes a suffocating atmosphere of isolation, harrassment, Kafkaesque accusation and physical brutality.
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The 600 detainees in Cuba have been held in a legal black hole. Are they 'the hardest of the hard-core' Al Qaeda terrorsts, ruthless men 'involved in a plot to kill thousands of ordinary Americans', as the Bush administration has maintained. david Rose has visited the camp and conducted interviews of staff as well as prison commander.
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