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Britain’s secret ‘torture camp’ and the stench of a cover-up:

How the brave men who protested about prisoners being abused at a UK base in Cyprus were shunned… until now

  • In 1958, Grenadier Guard Jamie Eykyn discovered horrific abuses in Cyprus
  • Prisoners accused of being EOKA terrorists were being tortured on British camp
  • Officer Eykyn reported the abuses to his superior officer, Major Michael Stourton
  • Yet instead of gratitude for their bravery, they met a wall of hostility and denial

Enk 1aBy Polly Dunbar For The Mail On Sunday

It was a clear October night in the hills above Kythrea and 19-year-old Jamie Eykyn was settling in for a…

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