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3 Released Gitmo Detainees Tell All on No Lies Radio!

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Friday, July 4th at: 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern – 17:00GMT
Repeated Saturday, July 5th at 11am Pacific/2pm Eastern – 18:00 GMT

Click Here to Listen: http://noliesradio.org

Impeachment Could Be Our Last Chance for 9/11 Truth, Stopping the Iran War
and Martial Law!! Listen to the gripping testimony of these 3 released Gitmo
detainees carefully! Then Act! Read Rep. Kucinich’s Articles of Impeachment
(http://kucinich.us/impeachment/articles.pdf).
Call the Judiciary Committee (http://judiciary.house.gov/Contact)
and your Representative (https://forms.house.gov/wyr/welcome.shtml)
and Demand Impeachment Hearings Now. Be sure to mention Article 17 (illegal
detention), Article 18 (Torture), Article 19 (Rendition) and Articles 33-35
regarding 9/11 Truth. Call 6 friends to do this also and ask them to call 6
friends … and this will go viral!!!

Witnessing Guantánamo: Amy Goodman Speaks with 3 Former Gitmo Detainees.
On May 31st, Amy Goodman interviewed 3 released Gitmo detainees via teleconference
to Sudan from a packed lecture hall at the University of California, Davis.
These courageous souls (Adel Hamad, Hammad Amno, and Salim Mahmoud Ademgave)
told heart wrenching stories that all Americans should hear and be ashamed of.
Find out how they were picked up in Pakistan shortly after 9/11, how the CIA
was directly involved in these detentions, how they were treated, rendered to
Afghanistan and then to Gitmo, and whether or not you think they are guilty of anything.
Should we as the truth movement support these prisoners in their search for
justice? Are these detainee stories further grounds for impeachment? You decide
and then act! This program was provided courtesy of the Guantánamo Testimonials
Project, a UC Davis-based effort to catalog accounts of prisoner abuse from
print and broadcast sources around the world.

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Allan Rees