When popular author John Grisham found out that Guantánamo detainees were asking for some of his novels, and that they were being denied, he began to learn more about one of the detainees who was a fan of his work — a man named Nabil Hadjarab who, despite being held in Guantánamo for 11 years, has never been charged with a crime. The result is a heartbreaking and disturbing story of injustice piled on top of injustice.
ELSEWHERE: Injustice Piles On Top Of Injustice At Guantánamo
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