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An eyewitness report on chaos, death and the torture of life at Guantanamo Bay.


They would have had to tie their hands and feet together, stuff rags down their throats to the point of gagging, put a mask over their face, haxng the noose from the ceiling, jump into that noose while they were tied and gagged and masked, and hung themselves for over three hours without a guard noticing.

Former Guantanamo guard Joseph Hickman recounts the chaos, abuse and the covered up murder of three detainees at Camp Delta.

Joseph is author of the new book Murder at Camp Delta: A Staff Sergeant’s Pursuit of the Truth About Guantanamo Bay.

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Joseph Hickman

Joseph Hickman is a former soldier and currently an independent researcher and Senior Research Fellow at Seton Hall Law School’s Center for Policy and Research.


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