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Binyam Mohamed (Cont’d)

Binyam MohamedIn May 2009, Binyam sued the British government for refusing to produce evidence which, his lawyers contend, would demonstrate that he was tortured for 27 months by or on behalf of US forces in Morocco and Afghanistan, that any ‘evidence’ against him was only obtained through torture, and that the British government and intelligence services knew about his torture and provided personal information about him that was used by the Americans’ proxy torturers in Morocco.

When Binyam was reunited with his sister Zuhra Mohamed, she burst into tears as she hugged her brother for the first time in 10 years.

Speaking from a secret location, she told reporters; “It was crazy. You don’t expect these things to happen. “I saw my brother, I hugged him and I cried. I could not control myself. It’s hard not seeing a person for 10 years and then seeing my brother. I still can’t believe he’s here. “I was overjoyed and thankful to everybody.”

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Follow-up News:

Torture victim Binyam Mohamed sues British government for evidence
10th May 2009

MI5 knew about torture, says Guantanamo Briton Binyam Mohamed
7th May 2009

MI5, torture and terrorism
27th March 2009

Continuing trials of Binyam Mohamed
23rd June 2008

Why has the Government forsaken Binyam Mohamed?
30th May 2008

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