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Guantanamo officials defend force-feeding, say “compliant” inmates can play video games

07
Jun
2014

The brutal force-feeding process that Guantanamo detainees on hunger strike endure twice daily has been called torture. But as part of its defense in a series of recently unsealed legal documents, administrators say that at least inmates are able to watch TV and play video games during it. The chair reclines, and the detainees may watch television or play video games while being enterally fed. Another statement defends the system by saying that compliant subjects can be fed in a cushioned recliner chair while watching television.

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