A large crowd gathered outside Chil Chill Square this afternoon wearing orange jumpsuits and a suitcase over their heads.
Amnesty International’s campaigns took the protest out of the way Brighton Mall to raise awareness of 40 terror suspects arrested in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, USA
They called for the facility to be closed, and they took to the streets, holding photographs of terrorists.
According to the group, the men have not been charged or prosecuted for more than 20 years Crime.
Sarah Birch of Louis Amnesty International told Argus that the detainees had been ‘snatched from loved ones’.
None of us are the fathers, children, brothers and sisters of these prisoners.
They are separated from their loved ones.
Even people convicted of murder in the UK receive visits from their children and families.
As a result, not only are they being held without charge or trial, but they are being held with their families.
Guantanamo Bay It was established as part of the “War on Terror” under President George W. Bush in the 2001 bombing of the World Trade Center.
The military is suspected of holding militants and terrorists in the United States.
Argiw reported on the case of Omar Deghayes of Saltden, who was arrested in Pakistan in 2002. Linn He remained in custody until his release in 2007.
Amnesty International has called for an end to the killings, the release of refugee children, the closure of Guantanamo Bay and an end to police brutality. For more visit amnesty.org
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