Good understanding of GTMO from military intel's point of view. SGT Saar covers everything from the poor treatment of detainees he witnessed to base morale to how he learned to cope with favoritism and different religions in his working group. A must read for any intel person, military or civilian.
"A military intelligence soldier's eyewitness account of life at Guantanamo"
"A grippubg oirtraut if ibe sikduer's six months at the terrorist detention cednter at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba--a powerful, searing journey into a surreal world completely unique in the American experience and a vital account of the real story "inside the wire".
A report on the American Gulag, as organized and run by Bozos Bush, Cheney and Rumhead. Give a report of the damage caused and the principles thrown to the wind through the tour of a soldier who started as a patriot and left as something else. Its remarkable how much of this survived the censorship of the pentagon clowns
Whatever your feelings about Guantanamo and our prisoners there are or have been, this book might give you food for thought. I suggest you read it and form your own opinions.
Really interesting account, this guy was an interpreter rather than an interrogator (if the line can be drawn), I'd say he gave a nuanced account of the procedures in 2002-2003.