Guantanamo Files: The "Camp No" Records

On the night of 9-10 June 2006, three Guantánamo inmates died in suspicious circumstances. The official report, from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (a heavily redacted version of which is available here: http://1.usa.gov/i2WMQ9) maintains that all three deaths were due to suicide. A report prepared by Seton Hall University (see: http://bit.ly/gzLHKuRead More
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Naomi Colvin @auerfeld
Records for 2 of the 4 #Guantanamo inmates supposedly tortured at Camp No have been released. Background http://bit.ly/fel0K6 @davidleigh3
Naomi Colvin @auerfeld
What do the Ameer (http://bit.ly/dPlxlS) and Al-Zahrani (http://bit.ly/ezRMJX) records have in common? Disciplinary concerns. @davidleigh3
Naomi Colvin @auerfeld
.@davidleigh3 Hi David, is there any chance the Guardian could put Guantanamo records 588 (Al-Utaybi) and 693 (Ahmed) online?
Naomi Colvin @auerfeld
.@davidleigh3 These are two of the three 'suicides' from 2006, which a US military whistleblower cast doubt onin Jan last year.
Naomi Colvin @auerfeld
Shaker Ameer's Guantanamo record can be viewed from here: http://bit.ly/dRaZ49 (@Asher_Wolf) - previous link non-functional.
Naomi Colvin @auerfeld
The two later reported suicides at Guantanamo are al-Hanashi (http://bit.ly/gZh8r5) and al-Amri (http://nyti.ms/gGPkrW, inmate 199)
Naomi Colvin @auerfeld
Record 199 is not yet online, but al-Hanashi is also listed as a 'high detention risk'. Further research is needed here.

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