RT America -- January 20, 2015
The personal diary of Guantanamo Bay detainee Mohamedou Ould Slahi has finally been released to the public, providing a firsthand perspective of life inside the world’s most infamous prison. Held without charge since 2002 and cleared for release in 2010, Slahi remains incarcerated in the facility that human rights activists and the inmate himself allege is filled with abuse, torture and other atrocities. RT’s Manuel Rapalo takes a look at some of the claims inside the just released book.
Attorneys for accused Silk Road founder and operator Ross Ulbricht are arguing that many of the computer screenshots presented as evidence by federal prosecutors are forgeries. As the trial continues and the government tries to persuade jury members that Ulbricht personally ran the ‘deep web’ internet set, observers are spotting serious flaws that may undermine their case. RT’s Alexey Yaroshevsky is in New York City with the latest.