by Erik Saar and Viveca Novak
Hardcover, 292 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $24.95 |
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An American soldier describes his six month's service at the Guantâanamo Bay detainee camp, Camp Delta, where he worked as an Arabic translator, sat in on the interrogation of Muslim prisoners, and witnessed psychological and physical torture.
May 11, 2005 A new book, Inside the Wire, may offer a rare glimpse inside the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay. The book's co-author, former Army sergeant Erik Saar, served at Guantanamo Bay and describes deep flaws in the center's treatment of prisoners.
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May 5, 2005 Former Army sergeant Erik Saar spent six months at the terrorist detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as a military intelligence linguist. During that time, he saw female guards use sexual interrogation tactics on detainees as well as other disturbing practices.
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