- Organizational Culture, Professional Ethics and Guantanamo
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Organizational Culture, Professional Ethics and Guantanamo
A new policy for force feeding hunger strikers at the US Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay includes the recommended use of a controversial drug that may cause serious neurological disorders, including one that mimics Parkinson's disease.
Guantánamo News & Miami Herald
The UK-based human rhts , Reprieve, filed an incident report this week with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) demanding an immediate investation into the use of the brain-altering drug, and asking the agency "to take all possible measures to prevent further use of metoclopramide in force-feeding at Guantanamo".
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Al Jazeera first documented the use of metoclopramide last month in an exclusive report about the government's revised Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to deal with a massive hunger strike entering its fifth month.
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More than 100 Gitmo detainees are refusing meals and military officials there have ordered dozens to be force-fed, a brutal procedure involving a mask, plastic tubing, powerful drugs and restraints, as detailed in last month's Al Jazeera report.
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