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Mohamedou Slahi Released from Guantánamo After 14 Years Without Charge or Trial


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Mohamedou Slahi Released from Guantánamo After 14 Years Without Charge or Trial

ACLU

WASHINGTON - The U.S. government has transferred Mohamedou Ould Slahi to his native Mauritania, where he is to be reunited with his family.

The release comes 14 years after he was first brought by the United States to the prison at Guantánamo Bay. A panel of U.S. national security, intelligence, and other officials cleared Slahi for release in July after determining that he poses no significant threat to the United States.

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His detention by US authorities without trial and with torture shows the World what the US has become. It is no shining city on the hill. It is in fact a disgusting sewer of perverts, degenerates, brutal thugs, ignorant mini tyrants and demented politicians and neocons. This is not conjecture, this one case proves every epithet mentioned in this comment.