A day in the life of prisoners at Guantanamo (photo essay)

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Mail Online
2 April 2010

The eerie images of leg irons, ‘life lessons’ and boredom at America’s darkest prison

They are scenes of tediousness rather than of terror or torture.

But the shackles and barbed wire imply the threat behind the boredom, as these never-before-seen images of life inside the prison at Guantanamo Bay show.

The inane round of exercise, packaged meals and ‘life lessons’ is now everything to these, the few remaining detainees – who have never been charged with any crimes – at Guantanamo.

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