Larry Siems discusses "Guantanamo Diary," a book he edited, as well as his support for Antigone's campaign for the introduction of the crime of torture in Italy. The book's author is Mohamedou Ould Slahi, who has been a Guantanamo prisoner since 2002.
One year ago, the European Court of Human Rights sentenced Italy for inhuman and degrading treatment in relation to prison conditions. It gave Italy one year to solve the problems. One year later, what does prison life look like now?