By Laurel E. Fletcher
This e-book, in line with a two-year research of former prisoners of the U.S. government's detention facility at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, unearths in photograph aspect the cumulative impression of the Bush administration's ''war on terror.'' Scrupulously researched and with out rhetoric, the publication deepens the tale of post-9/11 the US and the nation's descent into the netherworld of prisoner abuse. Researchers interviewed greater than sixty former Guantánamo detainees in 9 nations, in addition to key govt officers, army specialists, former guards, interrogators, legal professionals for detainees, and different camp group of workers. We listen at once from former detainees as they describe the occasions surrounding their seize, their years of incarceration, and the myriad problems fighting many from resuming an ordinary existence upon returning domestic. ready together through researchers with the Human Rights heart, college of California, Berkeley, and the overseas Human Rights legislations health center, college of California, Berkeley college of legislations, in partnership with the heart for Constitutional Rights, The Guantánamo impact contributes considerably to the controversy surrounding the U.S.'s dedication to overseas legislation in the course of struggle time.