murder at camp delta by joseph hickman
A fascinating read by Armed Forces Sargeant, Joseph Hickman, releasing information about his time working at Guantánamo Bay ten years ago.
Hickman worked specifically in Camp Delta, notorious for conspiracy theories regarding the lock up of persons affiliated with terrorism and torture of inmates by CIA authorities. Hickman recounts the details of his many experiences at Camp Delta, the main event being a cover-up of the murder of three inmates.
I couldn't put this book down. I love a good conspiracy theory, and definitely think this book is more than just that. Information regarding institutions of such high security is rarely released, and I don't know how Hickman was able to release this memoir, but it certainly has me convinced.
Reviewed by: Amalia Cole
Genre: Biography/Memoir, History, Non-Fiction, True Crime
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