Scott Horton Interviews Brandon Neely

Scott Horton, January 19, 2010

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Former Guantanamo prison guard Brandon Neely discusses his recent reunion and reconciliation with two former Gitmo inmates now living in England, his regret for violently restraining a prisoner in an incident that better communication would have prevented, the total discretion of officers in deciding on the treatment of prisoners and the frequent use of Initial Reaction Force (IRF) teams for prisoner beatings rather than control and restraint.

MP3 here. (26:50)

Part 2, Part 3

Brandon Neely is a former Guantanamo prison guard and current Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) member.

4 Responses to “Brandon Neely”

  1. Can you post the you-tube and other sites for the meeting between Brandon and his former captors?

  2. Many of the "terrorists" appear to be young, smoke pot, listen to popular music, have families, go sightseeing, etc. Sounds like they have more in common with typical Americans than any religious extremist.

  3. http://www.antiwar.com/blog/2010/01/20/former-gua

  4. israelUS had been searching our asses since 1948 in falastinAramco and now they want to scan The Globe seaching for their father earth Gold..Obama must stop this AIPAC-Mafiacorp $XeHuntKill Islam ASAP..Impeach O BA MA "The israeleePimp" & STOP all Warz out USA NOW if he does not DO.

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