How an Innocent 26-Year-Old Got Sold Into Guantanamo Hell for a $5,000 Bounty
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There is also the possibility that the cause of his death will never be determined, as is the case in one-tenth of one percent of autopsies, he said.
Whatever the government's conclusions are, Adnan's family members have drawn their own.
"He died from torture," Muhammed said. "He talked in letters to his attorney about how the end is near because of torture and always said how cruel they are to him."
He should be with us right now, Farhan said. "He was a sick man trying to receive treatment."
A sick man trying to receive treatment. Adnan's father repeated this over and over, unable to fathom how this incomprehensible twist of fate had befallen his first-born, his favorite son.
The family holds America accountable for Adnan's death and they intend to seek justice.
"You have to tell the Obama officials that they are responsible for my brother's death and the law needs to be applied to them now," Muhammed said. "Why did the American government have rules that stops detainees from getting justice for the courts? That is what I want President Obama to tell us. Because of this my brother is dead."
Adnan would have turned 37 in December. Several years ago, as a much younger man, he wrote a Last Will and Testament in which he left all of his possessions to Ezzi Deen. But the US government refused to process it.