The Journalist Stranded in Europe’s “Guantánamo”

It’s 23 hours a day in a cell without natural light and just one to walk around in a 7×4-metre courtyard. For Pablo González, an independent Spanish-Russian journalist, it’s been almost a year spent in solitary confinement in Poland. González was arrested on the night of February 27th in Przemysl, a Polish city bordering Ukraine. … Continue reading The Journalist Stranded in Europe’s “Guantánamo”