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The Free Speech Blog: Binyam Mohamed revelations ‘a victory for free speech’

The UK Court of Appeal’s decision to release material detailing the torture of Binyam Mohamed in secret jails is “undoubtedly an embarrassment for David Miliband, the Foreign Office and the government,” says Index on Censorship news editor, Padraig Reidy.

The redacted evidence, itself a mere seven paragraphs, revealed reports that Mohamed, who has never been charged with any terror offence, was shackled during interrogation, subjected to sleep deprivation and suffered severe mental stress.

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