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Tanzanian Man Tortured by the C.I.A. Can’t Escape ‘The Darkness’

Joan Sorolla / (CC-BY-2.0) Suleiman Abdullah Salim is one of 39 men subjected to some of the C.I.A.’s most brutal techniques in the early years of the U.S.’ post-9/11 War on Terror. Salim described his incarceration in grisly detail in a series of interviews with New York Times reporter James Risen. In March 2003, Salim was pulled off the streets of the Somali capital of Mogadishu by three gunmen while he was driving his employer.
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