Family of man who died from CIA torture speaks out for the first time + video

Family of man who died from CIA torture speaks out for the first time + video
“Torture works, OK folks? I think we should go much stronger than waterboarding, that’s the way I feel. They’re chopping off heads. Believe me, we should go much stronger.” 
Donald Trump, quoted in The Wall Street Journal, February 2016
In Search for the Dark Prison, a moving two-part Fault Lines documentary on Al Jazeera, Sebastian Walker speaks with the family of Gul Rahman, the only detainee known to have died in the CIA torture program.
Gul was detained in a huge raid in Islamabad in 2002, flown in a hood and shackles to Detention Site Cobalt, and then beaten and doused in cold water by CIA interrogators. On November 19, 2002, he was left chained to the floor of his cell, half-naked. In the morning, he was found dead. 
The CIA listed hypothermia as the likely cause of death.
Sebastian speaks to Gul’s mother, Morwary, at an Afghan refugee camp in Pakistan – the first time the family has appeared on camera. “Our grief is the same every night; it