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Topic - Djamel Ameziane
"I had the impression that my head was sinking in water," Ameziane wrote in a letter to his attorney. "I still have psychological injuries, up to this day. Simply thinking of it gives me the chills."
Ameziane told his attorney that early in his confinement at Guantanamo Bay, guards at the base placed a water hose between his nose and mouth and ran it for several minutes.