The Most Tortured Man in Guantanamo Bay whose Diary Led to the Mauritanian Film | GMB

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Mohamedou Ould Slahi is widely believed to be the most tortured man in Guantanamo Bay prison where he was held for 14 years without a single charge brought against him. Mohamedou kept a diary detailing the beatings, the torture and the psychological attacks that he suffered inside the notorious jail where the US Government kept terror suspects. Mohamedou’s story is now being told in a powerful new film.

Broadcast on 01/04/21

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