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Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow (Camp X-Ray, March 2022)

Meanwhile in the United States of America in 2022, the U.S. government has released Mohammed al-Qahtani from Guantanamo Bay after imprisoning him without trial for 20 years. They released him because he is suffering from debilitating schizophrenia and post-traumatic stress disorder. A U.S. Navy doctor now believes he has been tortured so severely and for so long that he is now too mentally impaired to function outside of a psychiatric institution or ever stand trial.

It is now the March of 2022. George W. Bush’s administration did this to human beings for seven years. Barack Obama said he would end it when he was first running for President — and then he got elected and his administration kept on doing the same thing for eight more years. Donald Trump’s administration kept on doing the same thing for four more years. Joe Biden’s administration has kept on doing the same thing for the last year and shows no sign of stopping. Mohammed al-Qahtani has finally been released into psychiatric care after 20 years of indefinite detention and torture without due process. There are still 38 prisoners who the U.S. military is holding indefinitely, forever, unless and until somebody in the U.S. military and government change their minds, in the prison at Guantanamo Bay. The United States government continues to do this, and they call it the Law of War.

Shared Article from nytimes.com

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Mohammed al-Qahtani had spent 20 years at Guantánamo Bay, where he was tortured so badly that he was ineligible to be tried at the war crimes court.


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