February 23, 2009 / 12:46 PM / 11 years ago

Freed Gauntanamo detainee says U.S. behind his torture

LONDON, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Binyam Mohamed, a British resident freed from prison in Guantanamo Bay in Cuba after more than four years, accused the U.S. government on Monday of orchestrating his torture.

Mohamed, an Ethiopian national seized in Pakistan in 2002 before being handed over to the Americans, was put on a plane to Britain after the U.S. government agreed to release him. He has never been charged or tried.

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