Binyam Mohamed, a British citizen who has just been released from Guantanamo claims he was subjected to terrible torture and the British government knew all about the use of harsh methods of interrogation, but refused to do anything. He was arrested in Pakistan and then flown to Rabat in Morocco where his chest and genitals were repeatedly cut. Human rights groups want Foreign Secretary David Miliband to release all documents related to the imprisonment and methods used in questioning Mr. Mohamed. The detainee says British sources must have provided questions to his interrogators because many related to his specific places of living in London. He claims they had files provided by British sources to use in questioning him.
There are documents which reveal requests from MI5 to the CIA asking that certain questions be posed while he was in Guantanamo. “We would be grateful if the following could be put to Binyam Mohamed, in addition to the questioning above” was a document that has been released.
Isn’t it time for a Truth Commission which examines violations of the law?