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When the prisoners arrived at Camp X-Ray they were wearing blindfolds, ear muffs and face masks, which US authorities say were necessary for security and their wellbeing during transit.
However, human rights groups described these measures as ‘sensory deprivation’, raising fears that the level of restraint was unnecessary and inhumane.
US authorities say these measures are used only in transit, and are not a feature of routine life.
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