GTMO detainee's family threatened by details released to [censored] government
[censored] explained that he has been interviewed approximately six (6) times since he has been in U.S. custody. Three times by U.S. personnel (people in uniform), a few times by U.S. civilians, and one time by [censored]. [censored] informed that prior to the [censored] visit, the U.S. interrogators told him the information he provided would not be provided to [censored] government, his picture would not be provided and no information about him or his family would be provided to the government [censored]Considering this story and the story here, I propose that the detainees may be Uyghurs, and the government that the detainee is fearful of is the Chinese Government.
... [censored] explained that since the delegation visit, some of the [censored] have been mistreated by the guards at the detention facility. [censored] stated, "it's unbelievable, this is a U.S. prison, in the U.S., and [censored approx. 11 letters] government is able to come here and do anything they want. It makes me wonder who's running this prison."
[censored] informed that he does not belong to any extremist group(s) or party and he has never harbored any ill feelings towards the U.S. [censored] explained that his "fight" has always been with [censored] government and their treatment towards [censored] [censored] claims to be from [censored] and the natives just want their own land and freedom. [censored] stated [censored] government labels all [censored] (or people from [censored] as terrorists.
[censored] explained that he would not provide information related to his family because he fears the information would be provided to [censored] government and his family's safety, if not already, would be threatened.
Update: In several years time, on 24 August 2005, the Washington Post will do a story on the Uyghurs, verifying that their details were released to the Chinese government, and noting that the US is now uncertain as to where to send them.