Jun 2 2009
Gitmo terrorist detainee dies of apparent suicide. Now if only the rest of them would send themselves to paradise.
Gee, I wonder if Obama will send his sympathies to the family of this terrorist? He didn’t say anything to the families of the two military men who were gunned down by a Muslim terrorist in Arkansas yesterday.
A Yemeni detainee at has died of an apparent suicide, U.S. military officials said Tuesday. His is the fifth apparent suicide at the offshore U.S. prison, which President hopes to close by January. The Joint Task Force that runs the U.S. prison in Cuba said guards conducting a routine check found Muhammad Ahmad Abdallah Salih unresponsive and not breathing in his cell Monday night.
In a statement issued from Miami, the U.S. military said the detainee was pronounced dead by a doctor after “extensive lifesaving measures had been exhausted.” (Now that was stupid)
The Yemeni prisoner, also known as Mohammad Ahmed Abdullah Saleh Al-Hanashi, had been held without charge at Guantanamo since February 2002, a month after the isolated U.S. base started taking prisoners. Military records show the alleged Taliban fighter was about 31.
The apparent suicide happened late Monday, but it was not revealed by the military until after a dozen journalists who were covering amilitary tribunal session left the base about midday Tuesday. A Defense Department official said the reason was that the Yemeni government had not yet been notified.
Attorney David Remes identified the Yemeni as one of six inmates held in the prison’s psychiatric ward along with his client, Adnan Latif. He said all the men in the ward had been force-fed a liquid nutrition mix through a tube inserted in their noses and down their throats. (I know what should have been put down their throats and it isn’t food)
“Salih was being force-fed in a restraint chair; the other six surviving inmates are being force-fed from bed,” Remes said, adding that he didn’t think the Yemeni had any legal representation until two lawyers arrived in February.(Well Boo Fricken Hoo)
“This kind of desperation is caused by the uncertainty of not knowing whether one will ever be released or even charged,” said Ben Wizner, an (A terrorist’s best friend) YAHOO NEWS.
And here’s a video posted by a Palestinian terrorist
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