English translation via 911 Forum (Liste der Teilnehmer Bilderberg 2009)
Iqbual said prison guards and FBI agents tortured and humiliated him using methods strikingly similar to those carried out on detainees at the military prison camp at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, at US military-run prisons in Iraq and Afghanistan, and at Central Intelligence Agency "black site" prisons in a number of countries. Iqbal was kept in solitary confinement, denied adequate food, subjected to daily body cavity searches, exposure to extreme temperatures, severe beatings, and forced nudity. He said he was also denied medical care and the right to pray, and that he lost 40 pounds during his six-month confinement.
Iqbal's allegations not only correspond to a growing body of evidence detailing the systematic character of Washington's worldwide torture regime. They were also corroborated by a 2003 report issued by the Inspector General of the Justice Department, which found that widespread abuse in fact took place at the Brooklyn prison (see, “US Justice Department admits abuse of immigrant detainees after September 11” )
Veteran financial guru Jim Rogers warned CNBC viewers today that the stock market has yet to hit a bottom despite people ploughing their money back into a sucker’s rally, as the Bilderberg Group’s plan to pull the rug out from under euphoric investors draws closer.
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