Guantánamo Nightmares Are Classified – The New York Times

Mr. Slahi endured some of the most brutal treatment at the prison. Investigations by the Army, the Justice Department and the Senate largely corroborated his account of being deprived of sleep; beaten; shackled for hours in painful positions; forced to drink large amounts of water; isolated in darkness and exposed to extreme temperatures; stripped and soaked in cold water; told that his mother might be sent to Guantánamo; and sexually assaulted by female interrogators.

Source: Where Even Nightmares Are Classified: Psychiatric Care at Guantánamo – The New York Times