posted on Oct, 21 2006 @ 02:24 AM
The first case, Abdul Rahim, is horrible but it isn't just him! There are at least two more if not dozens of others suffering from the same
I know, Bush made this legal, but it doesn't mean it's right! The two other cases besides the main one, these...
Adel Hassan Hamad, a Sudanese charity worker arrested at 1:30 a.m. July 18, 2002, in his Peshawar, Pakistan, apartment. Co-workers swear he was a
hospital administrator with no connection to terrorists. A dissenting U.S. Army major on the panel that reviewed the unclassified and secret evidence
against him called it "unconscionable" to detain him because some employees of the same charity may have supported terrorist ideals.
Nazar "Chaman" Gul, a 29-year-old Afghani who thought he was working as an armed fuel depot guard for the Karzi government installed by U.S. forces.
The man who hired him swears that was the case, but he is accused of being a member of a terrorist group. The lawyers say he has been mistaken for a
commander of that terror group, named Chaman Gul, also held at Guantanamo.
Are horrible! These people can't be terrorists but according to new laws it doesn't matter, Bush can capture them, torture them, and torture them
some more just because they are of Arab decent.