The story of Débora Benchoam is another in our series looking at the effect of prison on people locked away during war. None of us really knows the stories of the men locked away at Guantanamo Bay. They were arrested as terrorists but most have never been charged, and never had a chance to defend themselves. Today Dick Gordon speaks with a woman who spent four and a half years in detention, and she was also never charged with a crime. Also in this episode: surviving lighting.