Guantánamo: Shut it down

The US prison camp at Guantánamo Bay opened over two decades ago, on January 11, 2002. The US Government wrongfully and illegally locked up almost 800 Muslim men and boys there. 38 men remain today.

Among them are Reprieve clients who have been locked up for years. They are 'forever prisoners'subjected to torture, abuse and detention without charge or trial. Even our clients who are ‘cleared for release’ are left in a legal limbo. Saifullah, Ahmed and Asadullah were cleared months ago but are still left waiting in the dark, without any information about when they will be returned home to their families. 
That's why we need to speak up: Guantánamo needs to be shut down. Add your name if you agree.



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