Friday, February 5, 2010


Although our Government and the press continue to ignore this story Scott Horton has been moving forward with his own investigation. Here is an interview Scott did with Rashid Mesli from the human rights organization Alkarama. Alkarama was contacted by the family of one of the three men that died at Guantanamo that June night in 2006 and asked to help arrange for an independent autopsy of their son Ahmed Ali Al-Salami. Problem was that important body parts were missing...the throat for example.
Next, Scott poses six questions for Michael Baden, former chief medical examiner of New York City, almost as an expert witness, to discuss various aspects of the military's claim that Al-Salami committed suicide, the missing body parts and the autopsy arranged by Al-Salami's family.