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Guantanamo: The Reunion
I've been speaking to two British men who were held prisoner at Guantanamo Bay, and one of the American soldiers who kept guard over them.
Brandon Neely was a military police officer at the US detention camp where Shafiq Rasul and Ruhal Ahmed, from Tipton, were held for more than two years on suspicion of being terrorists. The pair were released without charge in 2004.
Since then, Neely has left the army, and now he's met Rasul and Ahmed to apologise for, in his words, "the hell you've been put through".
The three discuss how they got back in touch, and their thoughts on their reunion. Listen in from 10am today, or you can watch the three men being interviewed in the video player here.