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Detainee’s High-Value Status Doesn’t Prevent Him From Being Beaten While Naked

Mohammed Nazir Bin Lep is left wondering these days what it is exactly that his high value gets him.

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba – Mohammed Nazir Bin Lep, one of 14 high-value terrorists in U.S. custody, is left wondering these days what it is exactly that his high value gets him.

“I wake up in the morning, I get stripped naked,” Bin Lep said, speaking from behind a wall, and through an interpreter, at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. “Then, I put clothes on, eat lunch, and come back for more naked beatings. Then I get some sleep, and before I know it, it’s the next day. And guess what? That day brings more nakedness and more beatings. So I’m left to ask, if I am such a high-value detainee, can I trade in some of that value for less naked beatings? Or if not, can I be a regular-value terrorist? Because I don’t think they get as many naked beatings. It seems backwards, no? The higher-value ones get more naked beatings? I don’t understand. Oh, here comes the guard. Time to take off my clothes. Goodbye.”