2021-10-28

US prisons have repeatedly exposed prisoner abuse scandals: taxi drivers have been wronged and abused in prison for 19 years

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American prisons have repeatedly exposed prisoner abuse scandals: taxi drivers have been wronged and abused in prison for 19 years

the prison in Guantanamo is notorious for repeatedly exposing prisoner abuse scandals. Ahmad Rabbani, a Pakistani detained in Guantanamo prison, will eventually be released, the Russian television news website reported recently. Having been wronged for 19 years, he has never been prosecuted, but he has been abused in prison

Ahmed Rabbani was a taxi driver in Pakistan. One day in 2002, he was taken as a terrorist searched by the United States and escorted to the CIA’s black prison in Afghanistan

US prisons have repeatedly exposed prisoner abuse scandals: taxi drivers have been wronged and abused in prison for 19 years

there, he was cruelly abused and spent 545 days in darkness. Dark and dirty cells, beating, sleep deprivation, simulated burial and waterboarding are all the means of exposure in that prison. Rabbani has not been charged. Interrogators know that they have arrested the wrong person, but they continue to abuse him

US prisons have repeatedly exposed prisoner abuse scandals: taxi drivers have been wronged and abused in prison for 19 years(1)

more than a year later, Rabbani was transferred to the prison established by the United States at Guantanamo, Cuba. He has been held there for 17 years without being prosecuted. Rabbani had previously written articles to expose his abuse, including physical and mental torture such as forced feeding. He also vomited blood and was depressed

US prisons have repeatedly exposed prisoner abuse scandals: taxi drivers have been wronged and abused in prison for 19 years(2)

today, Russian television quoted human rights organizations as saying that Rabbani has been allowed to be released, 19 years after he was initially detained in the United States

US prisons have repeatedly exposed prisoner abuse scandals: taxi drivers have been wronged and abused in prison for 19 years(3)

in January 2002, the U.S. military set up a prison at the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to detain suspects captured by the U.S. military in global anti-terrorism operations after September 11. Guantanamo prison once had nearly 800 detainees, but now there are still 38

US prisons have repeatedly exposed prisoner abuse scandals: taxi drivers have been wronged and abused in prison for 19 years(4)

Guantanamo prison has repeatedly exposed prisoner abuse scandals, and most of the existing detainees have not been prosecuted or tried

US prisons have repeatedly exposed prisoner abuse scandals: taxi drivers have been wronged and abused in prison for 19 years(5)

the United Nations Human Rights Council has repeatedly issued statements expressing concern about the human rights violations committed by the United States in Guantanamo prison