Thirteen Years of Torture.
Thirteen Years of Shame.
JOIN US IN PROTESTING TO DEMAND: SHUT DOWN GUANTANAMO!
Thirteen years ago, the United States brought the first detainees to Guantanamo Bay. The detention center has since then become a place of torture and shame. Released detainees claimed that waterboarding, sexual humiliation, and forced drugging were used on prisoners. Six detainees have committed suicide.
Wikileaks produced documents from the US government stating that at least 150 Afghanis and Pakistanis detained in Guantanamo were never a risk at all, were brought in by mistake or for no clear reason, and then were held without due process for years. These innocent people include a camera man from Al Jazeera and a 70 year old with dementia with "no reason on record" for being held. They have been separated from their families and subjected to cruel treatment for absolutely no reason.
This has gone on thirteen years too long!
Join Miami on this terrible anniversary as we march to the headquarters of Southern Command, the center that operates Guantanamo, and demand that thirteen years of torture and thirteen years of shame come to an end!
March begins at 2:00 pm on January 11th
March starts at NW 36th St and NW 87th Ave, Doral, FL
Ends at US Southern Command
9301 NW 33rd St Doral, FL 33172
Co-Sponsors: POWIR, CODEPINK – Miami, Broward Green Party, War vs. Human Needs, Occupy Miami, SOA Watch South Florida, PAX Christi, Students for Justice in Palestine at FAU, National Lawyers Guild South Florida Chapter, Veterans For Peace - Chapter 32 - Miami, Amnesty International Local 248, Al-Awda South Florida, Miami Friends Meeting
Endorsers: World Can’t Wait, War Criminals Watch, Students for a Democratic Society (National)
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