The End of Guantánamo

We have a simple call for President Trump: Guantanamo detainees must be charged or released – and this illegal prison should be closed for good.

Guantánamo has become an enduring symbol of injustice in our time. It stands for torture, abuse and indefinite detention without charge or trial. A total of 779 prisoners have been held there – and 17 years on it remains open with 40 men still being detained.

Here is a collection of stories from Guantanamo by those who have actually been there – the detainees, both former and current, and the Reprieve lawyers who are fighting for them.