Ex Gitmo inmate Binyam Mohamed speaks publicly for first time


September 03, 2009

The former Guantanamo Bay detainee, Binyam Mohamed, has reversed a decision to stay out of the public eye by signalling his determination to campaign for justice for prisoners at the American detention camp. Six months after his release, the British resident used his first public speech to explain the legacy of his seven years in detention. Roshan Muhammed Salih reports from London.


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