The New York Times published the testimony of a survivor of the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay Cuba. Lakhadar Boumediene worked for Red Crescent helping orphan children when he was accused of a bomb plot and was taken to Guantanamo Bay.
I went on a hunger strike for two years because no one would tell me why I was being imprisoned. Twice each day my captors would shove a tube up my nose, down my throat and into my stomach so they could pour food into me. It was excruciating, but I was innocent and so I kept up my protest.
He was freed after finally getting a (civilian) judicial review of his case.