In the Shadow of Indefinite Detention - Guantanamo Year 10
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"In the Shadow of Indefinite Detention" a play about those still incarcerated in the Guantanamo Bay Prison Complex was first performed by the Bread & Puppet Theater. Then adapted by Ken for this performance in front of the White House, in January of 2012 the 10th university that the "special" U.S. territory in Cuba, was being used as a prison for "special prisoners" caught up in the unending "War on Terrorism." The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) requires mandatory military custody for suspects linked to al-Qaeda or its affiliates - meet some of them and examine the evidence.
The base was originally meant to be used as a refueling and watering station for the United States Navy.
The Guardian Newspaper in Britain has written extensively about U.S. documents (GUANTANAMO FILES) released by WikiLeaks. Clive Stafford Smith appeared in a Guardian TV special, is a U.S. Civil Rights and Death Penalty lawyer Providing Assistance to Guantanamo Prisoners.
In August 2004 he returned from the US to live in the United Kingdom. He is now the Legal Director of the UK branch of the human rights not-for-profit Reprieve. In 2005 he received the Gandhi International Peace Award.
The footage Identified as DOD Gitmo is was posted on YouTube by the MilitaryNotes's Channel.
"Raw footage of Camp 5 & 6, detention facility JTF GTMO Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where suspected Al-Qaeda detainees are imprisoned. This is one of a series of videos that was released on 11-04-2011."
YOU DON'T LIKE THE TRUTH - 4 days inside Guantánamo is a documentary based on security camera footage from the Guantánamo Bay prison. Was written, directed, filmed and produced By Canadian Based film makers Luc Côté and Patricio Henriquez.
This encounter between a team of Canadian intelligence agents and a child detainee in Guantánamo has never before been seen. Based on seven hours of video footage recently declassified by the Canadian courts this documentary delves into the unfolding high-stakes game of cat and mouse between captor and captive over a four day period. Maintaining the surveillance camera style this film analyzes the political, legal and scientific aspects of a forced dialogue.