I didn’t accept this under George Bush, and I don’t accept it under Barack Obama:
Afghan prisoners are being abused in a “secret jail” at Bagram airbase, according to nine witnesses whose stories the BBC has documented.
The abuses are all said to have taken place since US President Barack Obama was elected, promising to end torture.
The US military has denied the existence of a secret detention site and promised to look into allegations.
Bagram was the site of a controversial jail holding hundreds of inmates, who have now been moved to another complex.
The old prison was notorious for allegations of prisoner torture and abuse.
But witnesses told the BBC in interviews or written testimony that abuses continue in a hidden facility.
“They call it the Black Hole,” said Sher Agha who spent six days in the facility last autumn.
“When they released us they told us we should not tell our stories to outsiders because that will harm us.”