Murat Kurnaz, allemand d´origine turc, est né à Brême en Allemagne le 19 mars 1982. Arrêté au Pakistan en 2001 et remis aux autorités américaines, après près de cinq ans de détention dans la prison de Guantánamo, il a été libéré en 2006. Il publie Cinq ans dans l'enfer de Guantanamo en 2007.

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  • Murat Kurnaz, allemand d´origine turc, est né à Brême en Allemagne le 19 mars 1982. Arrêté au Pakistan en 2001 et remis aux autorités américaines, après près de cinq ans de détention dans la prison de Guantánamo, il a été libéré en 2006. Il publie Cinq ans dans l'enfer de Guantanamo en 2007.
  • Murat Kurnaz (* 19. März 1982 in Bremen) ist ein in Deutschland geborener und aufgewachsener türkischer Staatsbürger, der von Januar 2002 bis August 2006 ohne Anklage im Gefangenenlager der Guantanamo Bay Naval Base festgehalten wurde.Er beschrieb dies in seiner Autobiografie Fünf Jahre meines Lebens, die 2013 verfilmt wurde.
  • Murat Kurnaz (born March 19, 1982 Bremen, Germany) is a Turkish citizen and legal resident of Germany who was held in extrajudicial detention by the United States at its military base in Kandahar, Afghanistan and in the Guantanamo Bay detention camp at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba for five years. As a child of guest workers, under German law Kurnaz had to go through a process to gain citizenship after becoming 18, which he had in process when he was arrested in Pakistan in late 2001. He was only 19 years old at that time.Officials of the United States and Germany had largely concluded in early 2002 that the accusations against Kurnaz were groundless, but he was detained for five years. He was released and arrived in Germany on August 24, 2006.Kurnaz says that he was tortured during detention in Kandahar and Guantanamo. In testimony via videolink in 2008 to a United States congressional hearing, he described suffering electric shock, simulated drowning (known as waterboarding), and days spent chained by his arms to the ceiling of an airplane hangar at Kandahar. His memoir of his experience, Five Years of My Life: An Innocent Man in Guantanamo (2008) was published in the German, French, Norwegian, Danish and Dutch languages in 2007. Excerpts were published serially by The Guardian beginning April 23, 2008. In his book, Kurnaz also wrote about the deaths of three detainees in custody on June 10, 2006. The US Department of Defense said they had committed suicide. Given the conditions at the camp and in the cells, where the detainees were always under observation, Kurnaz said that he and other prisoners "unanimously agreed, the men had been killed. Maybe they had been beaten to death and then strung up, or perhaps they had been strangled."
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  • Murat Kurnaz, allemand d´origine turc, est né à Brême en Allemagne le 19 mars 1982. Arrêté au Pakistan en 2001 et remis aux autorités américaines, après près de cinq ans de détention dans la prison de Guantánamo, il a été libéré en 2006. Il publie Cinq ans dans l'enfer de Guantanamo en 2007.
  • Murat Kurnaz (* 19. März 1982 in Bremen) ist ein in Deutschland geborener und aufgewachsener türkischer Staatsbürger, der von Januar 2002 bis August 2006 ohne Anklage im Gefangenenlager der Guantanamo Bay Naval Base festgehalten wurde.Er beschrieb dies in seiner Autobiografie Fünf Jahre meines Lebens, die 2013 verfilmt wurde.
  • Murat Kurnaz (born March 19, 1982 Bremen, Germany) is a Turkish citizen and legal resident of Germany who was held in extrajudicial detention by the United States at its military base in Kandahar, Afghanistan and in the Guantanamo Bay detention camp at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba for five years. As a child of guest workers, under German law Kurnaz had to go through a process to gain citizenship after becoming 18, which he had in process when he was arrested in Pakistan in late 2001.
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