When Omar Deghayes was arrested in Pakistan a few months after 9/11, he had no idea he was beginning a nearly six-year imprisonment, most of it in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. As an educated English-speaking lawyer, Omar thought he just needed to explain that he was not a terrorist. Instead he experienced beatings, psychological and sexual abuse, threats of execution and was blinded in one eye. Like hundreds of others, Omar was ultimately released from the notorious detention camp. He was never charged with, or convicted of, anything. Omar is now part of a lawsuit being brought against the government in the U.K., for its complicity with the detentions in Guantanamo. Also, living in the play house.