Kessler, who has apparently viewed three of the videos of Dhiab being force-fed, said she was trying to avoid any delays
When Col. John Bogdan took the witness stand at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, he'd been called to testify about the strict limits he's imposed on defense attorneys' visits with their death penalty clients. The attorneys representing the defendants accused of masterminding the 9/11 terrorist attacks claim his rules make their jobs unreasonably onerous.
For weeks, said Army Col. John V. Bogdan, the man in charge of Guantanamo’s detention facilities, he had tried to bring the crisis to a peaceful resolution. Since early February, a little more than six months after he took over command here, detainees had been protesting their treatment. Those in the communal Camp Six had covered video cameras with empty cereal boxes and other items, preventing U.S. officials from monitoring their movements.
"We have the keys at the end of the day, they are on the other side of the cell,” states a sign hanging in the Camp Six observation
Army Col. John Bogdan, who took charge of the detention center in June, said Wednesday that officials intend to slowly transition
The military has claimed that detainees have hidden weapons in copies of the Quran but hasn’t provided evidence to substantiate