Five men held in British prisons collectively for over 40 years without charge are fighting extradition to the US where they face a new ordeal in a 'Supermax' prison under some of the harshest conditions known in the western world.
Black Panther Robert King, one of the 'Angola 3', survived 29 years in US prisons as a political prisoner, for a crime he didn't commit, deep inside this brutal system.
British Libyan Omar Deghayes endured six years of abuse and torture in the notorious Guantanamo Bay prison, without charge.
CagePrisoners brings together these unique individuals to discuss their harrowing experiences and the impact it has had on their lives.
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Racial profiling, torture, solitary confinement and decades in prison fighting for justice. These may be signatures of the US-led war on terror but such practices have been in motion for a long time. Robert King, one of the 'Angola 3', knows first-hand what it meant then as much as it does now and discusses his thoughts with CagePrisoners.
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