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No one has come to pick him up. Hadji Gul Raman relates the worst with a smile. His teeth broken by punches the day of his arrest. The air conditioning that froze his bones in midwinter. The fire extinguishers that sprayed ice water on the twenty prisoners piled up in chain-linked cells.
The lack of privacy, the daily fights to use the sole toilet ... These humiliations and tortures, formerly used at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo, are still standard operating procedure at Bagram, in spite of Barack Obama's declaration.
In spite of the horror he seemed to profess for these aberrations of the "war against terrorists" begun by his predecessor.