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Vigil marks 17 years of Guantanamo torture

Trafalgar Square, London. Fri 11 Jan 2019


     
 '17 years Not One More Day - Close Guantanamo - US Illegal Torture Prison'

 'A really Bad Dudue' - a man wears a Trump mask

 

 A woman reads from Moazzam Beggs account of how he was tortured - and how British agents were complicit

 A poster that needs updating - now 17 years of making a mockery of Justice

 

 

 

 A man wears a clown headdress and a red nose' Guantanamo is no laughing matter - though now its 17 years

 and he hands out leaflets and talks with passers-by

 and speaks at the event

 

 

 

 

 Other protesters are spread out to hand out leaflets to people passing

 Ray Silk speaks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Another reading from the account by Moazzam Begg

 

 

 

 Ray Silk reads messages of support from politicians and activists

 

 People pose for a photograph

 

 

 

 

 

 

and a woman speaks, calling for Guantanamo to be closed

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