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FBI Interview of Guantanamo Bay Detainee re: Conditions at Camp Delta and Treatment of Detainees

Oct. 13, 2002 | FBI | ACLU-RDI 3407
FBI Summary Notes indicate that the detainees are upset with the way they are treated by the guards. They are upset because they are being held as prisoners without being charged with a crime and that they should be charged or released; The guards are treating the detainees like animals; and some guards are a little rough. The detainee states there is a hunger strike in place and talk amongst the detainees that an unknown number of detainees are going to commit suicide for the purpose of protesting the treatment at Camp Delta and to protest keeping innocent men at Camp Delta. The interview ends with the detainee stating he has "respect" for the FBI interviewers.