Inside Guantanamo

Friday, April 03, 2009

"Jane Smith," a former Army sergeant and guard, talks about working with detainees at a maximum security detention camp in Guantanamo.

Her experience--and those of other guards, as well as the detainees--is chronicled in the upcoming documentary Explorer: Inside Guantanamo.


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Iam A. Patriot

A matter of credibility

Are we expected to believe Sgt.Jane Smith's allegations?
"they " tried to rape her? while a guard at Guantanamo?
Was she referring to her fellow guards of which I heard similar charges from U.S. female personnel or did she mean the inmates and was this attempted through the cell bars,with hands tied behind their backs, being led around like a dog on a leash, or during a nude photo op?
She stated they had hate in their eyes, was this contrary to the love in Her eyes.
Please, when are we going to get some unbiased coverage, that we may regain our credibility in the world?

Apr. 06 2009 01:34 PM

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