A chilling report
on three Guantanamo prisoner "suicides" in 2006 shows an obvious
military cover-up of either gross dereliction of duty or outright
homicide, reports the Huffpost's Scott Horton. The report by Seton Hall
Law School, its eleventh on Gitmo, raises a host of bizarre questions,
from how prisoners could stuff rags so far down their own throats to
how three bodies could hang undiscovered for hours in a constantly
three bodies and no explanation." - Seton Hall study author Paul Taylor.