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Medical Ethics Violated By Prison Officials In Guantanamo Bay

The attempts of doctors at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay to force feed the prisoners (currently on hunger strike) through insertion of feeding tubes // through their noses has raised controversies among medical associations and ethicists, who claim that such practices violate the fundamental principles of medical ethics. ....In addition, the prisoners are being subjected to harsh in...

Study Examines the Pathologization of Guantanamo Suicides

In an article published in International Political Sociology, author Alison Howell traces the psychological pathologization of the Guantanamo detainees//, noting that both advocates and resisters of the detainment accredit the attempted suicides to the impaired psyches of the suspects. ....As the high prevalence of suicide attempts at the Guantanamo Bay terrorist detention center has come to li...

Study Examines the Pathologization of Guantanamo Suicides

In an article published in International Political Sociology, author Alison Howell traces the psychological pathologization of the Guantanamo detainees , noting that both advocates and resisters of the detainment accredit the attempted suicides to the impaired psyches of the suspects. ......As the high prevalence of suicide attempts at the Guantanamo Bay terrorist detention center has come to l...
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