Monday, 23 February 2009

Guantanamo Captive Free At Last... er... Hang On... No He Isn't

Binyam Mohammed, the British resident tortured and held without charge, trial or basic human rights for four years at Guantanamo Bay, has flown into the UK this afternoon - where he was immediately detained by immigration officials on duty at that well-known international airport, RAF Northolt, under Port and Border Controls regulations.

"I'd like to thank the British government for making me feel so at home," said an overjoyed Mr Mohammed as he was hauled away. "If I was simply given my liberty - or even properly arrested by the due process of law - the sudden, overwhelming feeling of being treated like a human being at last would probably be too much to handle."

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