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Truthout's Jason Leopold Speaks to RT About The Other Abu Zubaidah

Thursday, May 31, 2012 By Alyona Minkovski, RT | Video Interview
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Zayn Al-Abidin Muhammed Husein, better known as Abu Zubaydah was the first high value Guantanamo detainee, and the first prisoner to be waterboarded, and the torture program was built, around him. His story has become well known for those following the Guantanamo Chronicles but our guest tonight has just concluded a 14 month investigation that shines alight on his brother, Hesham. Jason Leopold, lead investigative reporter for Truthout.org  joins the show.


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Truthout's Jason Leopold Speaks to RT About The Other Abu Zubaidah

Thursday, May 31, 2012 By Alyona Minkovski, RT | Video Interview
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Zayn Al-Abidin Muhammed Husein, better known as Abu Zubaydah was the first high value Guantanamo detainee, and the first prisoner to be waterboarded, and the torture program was built, around him. His story has become well known for those following the Guantanamo Chronicles but our guest tonight has just concluded a 14 month investigation that shines alight on his brother, Hesham. Jason Leopold, lead investigative reporter for Truthout.org  joins the show.


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