US lawyer: 'Show us Binyam Mohamed torture papers now'
Updated on 09 February 2009
The US military lawyer defending Guantanamo Bay inmate Binyam Mohamed urges Britain to disclose the full details about his interrogation in a bid to secure his release.
Lieutenant Colonel Yvonne Bradley said Mohamed was on hunger strike and was desperately ill. Charges against him were dropped last year and he claims evidence against him was obtained through torture.
America has denied the allegations, but today Lt Col Bradley urged Britain to disclose the full information about his interrogation.
Interview: Lt Col Yvonne Bradley
Jon Snow interviews Lt Col Yvonne Bradley, the military lawyer representing Binyam Mohamed.