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June 7, 2004: Questionable Interrogations Practices Still Practiced at Guantanamo

The Wall Street Journal reports that according to an unnamed military official, “Methods now used at Guantanamo include limiting prisoners’ food, denying them clothing, subjecting them to body-cavity searches, depriving them of sleep for as much as 96 hours and shackling them in so-called stress positions.” (Bravin 6/7/2004)


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