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The brutality of tactics used to force-feed inmates at the Guantanamo Bay prison is escalating, according to the last British citizen being held at the camp. He says that metal-tipped feeding tubes are causing already-starving inmates to vomit.
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Zionist banksters rule Empire America with an iron fist. Slavery is having a comeback.
Those who support Obama hate their country and all of mankind.
Kaela, you hate your country... but nothing keeps you there. Quit complaining and leave.
The world is silent and does nothing ... because the detainees are terrorist combatants No one cares
Best case for US is 20 total "Military Commissions" for the 779 who've been in GTMO; 7 total to date
America shouldn't be proud of this... Force feeding a human through the nose twice a day..
America is fast going down the tubes. I don't know what the f happened to us but it is sad.
U.S.S.A (United Soviet States of America).
Banksters shame on you!
It's like the government has been taken over by the mafia.
Let them die. Save a nickel. Help them meet the fake prophet Allah
talk about democracy- land of the satan
Some day Bush, Cheney, Powell, Rice, Gonzales, Rumsfeld,Perle and the rest of the criminals will pay
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