All in all, of the seven Russian Guantanamo prisoners extradited from Cuba in 2004, only two are not in custody.
Airat Vakhitov, arrested Saturday, was engaged in human rights activities in Moscow, Vremya Novostei reports. He wrote articles and was working on a book about rights violations in Guantanamo, was going to travel to London for the former Guantanamo prisoners Round Table, as was Rustam Akhmyarov.
If the police manage to link the two Guantanamo prisoners arrested in Moscow and those arrested in Tatarstan, it may prove that they are related to the Taliban and Al Qaeda, the newspaper summed up.
Thursday, September 01, 2005
Little Green Footballs tipped us off to this Mosnews story about the activities of former Guantanamo prisoners.