Tuesday, October 17, 2006

How MI5 treats the Moslems who work for them.

Iraqi Bisher al-Rawi.

Mr Rawi attended an expensive English private school called Millfield.

He went to work for MI5.

He believed that they would look after him.

The Americans detained him in Gambia in 2002, 'with the connivance of the UK security services'.

He suffered torture at the hands of the Americans.

MI5 agents visited him at Guantanamo. He was kept fully shackled during a 2003 interview.

Rawi told one MI5 agent that the Americans wanted him to work for US intelligence.

In 2004, MI5 agents proposed that Rawi return to working with MI5 upon his release. He agreed.

Rawi is still being held at Guantanamo.

Craig Murray - MI5, Camp Delta, and the story that shames Britain

Challenging times


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