Ameen Mohammad Albkri (أمين محمد البكري) is held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Bagram Theater Internment Facility. The New York Times reports that Ameen had been held in the facility since 2003, and that he had been held in secret extrajudicial detention in the CIA's network of black sites, prior to his transfer to Bagram.In 2008, the Yafie tribe of Yemen declared their "solidarity" with al-Bakri, and petitioned President Ali Abdullah Saleh to recognise his constitutional duty to demand the release of al-Bakri to Yemeni authorities.

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  • Ameen Mohammad Albkri (أمين محمد البكري) is held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Bagram Theater Internment Facility. The New York Times reports that Ameen had been held in the facility since 2003, and that he had been held in secret extrajudicial detention in the CIA's network of black sites, prior to his transfer to Bagram.In 2008, the Yafie tribe of Yemen declared their "solidarity" with al-Bakri, and petitioned President Ali Abdullah Saleh to recognise his constitutional duty to demand the release of al-Bakri to Yemeni authorities. According to a habeas corpus petition filed on his behalf he was held in CIA custody for six months, in 2003, prior to being transferred to Bagram. Though only Respondents know where Mr. Al Bakri was held during the first six months of his detention, it is likely that he was held in one or more CIA “black sites,” where agents of the United States subjected him to torture, including terrorization with dogs, electric shocks, beatings with rifle butts, prolonged suspension, stress positions, and solitary confinement in “dog boxes.” (en)
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  • 1969-1-1
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  • Amin al-Bakri
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  • no charge, extrajudicial detention
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  • Ameen Mohammad Albkri
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  • Bagram Theater Internment Facility detainee (en)
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  • Ameen Mohammad Albkri (أمين محمد البكري) is held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Bagram Theater Internment Facility. The New York Times reports that Ameen had been held in the facility since 2003, and that he had been held in secret extrajudicial detention in the CIA's network of black sites, prior to his transfer to Bagram.In 2008, the Yafie tribe of Yemen declared their "solidarity" with al-Bakri, and petitioned President Ali Abdullah Saleh to recognise his constitutional duty to demand the release of al-Bakri to Yemeni authorities. (en)
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  • Ameen Mohammad Albkri (en)
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  • male (en)
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  • Ameen Mohammad Albkri (en)
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