Detainee who wrote 'Guantanamo Diary' released after 14 years
Slahi, 45, was born in Mauritania and attended college in Germany. Appearing cheerful and in good health, he did not comment on the conditions he faced in detention, which featured heavily in his book. In his book, Slahi described the toll of life inside the jail, saying: " I started to hallucinate and hear voices as clear as crystal. I'm thrilled to reunite with my family", Slahi said in a statement carried by the ACLU.
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