Hamed Abderrahaman Ahmad Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Hamed Abderrahaman Ahmad Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Hamed Abderrahaman Ahmad is a Spanish national born in Ceuta, who was captured and arrested by Pakistani soldiers in Pakistan in the fall of 2001 during the United States intervention in Afghanistan. He was transferred to United States military custody and held at Guantanamo Bay detention camp as a suspected enemy combatant from early 2002 to February 14, 2004, the only Spanish citizen to be detained there. His internment serial number (ISN) was 267.

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Hamed Abderrahaman Ahmad Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth February 14, 2004
Birth Day February 14
Birth Years 2004
Age 47 years old
Birth Place Spain
Birth City
Birth Country Spain
Nationality Spanish
Famous As Guantanamo Bay detainee
Also Known for Guantanamo Bay detainee
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Occupation Guantanamo Bay detainee

Famously known by the Family name Hamed Abderrahaman Ahmad, is a great Guantanamo Bay detainee. He was born on February 14, 2004, in Spain

Hamed Abderrahaman Ahmad Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Hamed Abderrahaman Ahmad was born to a Muslim family in Ceuta, a Spanish enclave in North Africa. As a young man, he worked in construction when jobs were available.

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Hamed Abderrahaman Ahmad Net Worth

Hamed Abderrahaman Ahmad has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Guantanamo Bay detainee. Popularly known as the Guantanamo Bay detainee of Spain. He is seen as one of the most successful Guantanamo Bay detainee of all times. Hamed Abderrahaman Ahmad Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful Spanish Guantanamo Bay detainee.

Hamed Abderrahaman entered the career as Guantanamo Bay detainee In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Life Story & Timeline

2010

In November 2006, the US Embassy in Madrid sent a cable to Washington, released on WikiLeaks on November 30, 2010, which described the Supreme Court findings. The Spanish Supreme Court found that any confessions or evidence obtained outside Spain could not be included in the case. In the absence of any other compelling evidence, it said there was no case as “interrogations, euphemistically called ‘interviews,’ took place under unequal circumstances because (the defendant) was in detention at the time of the interrogations.” The court asserted that Ahmed had been mistreated while in US custody; Reuters suggested this affected the Court’s decision.

2009

On April 29, 2009, that Spanish investigating magistrate Baltazar Garzon initiated a formal investigation into whether confessions from Ahmed and three other former Guantanamo captives were the result of the use of abusive interrogation techniques by the United States. Spain had originally brought charges against these four men, who claimed having suffered torture during US interrogation. Ahmad and the other three men: Lahcen Ikassrien, Jamiel Abdul Latif al Banna and Omar Deghayes, had previously faced charges in Spanish courts, based on confessions they made while in US custody. Their charges had been dropped based on their claims that their confessions were false and obtained through coercive interrogation techniques.

2006

The Washington Post reported on July 24, 2006, that Ahmad’s conviction was overturned, on appeal, by the Spanish Supreme Court. According to Reuters, the Supreme Court found that the Spanish High Court, which had originally convicted Ahmad, had not taken into account his right to the presumption of innocence. The Court said that evidence collected at Guantanamo “should be declared totally void and, as such, non-existent.”

Baltasar Garzón, the most prominent investigative magistrate in Spain, who had requested Ahmad’s extradition, discussed the Guantanamo detention camps at a legal conference in late May 2006:

(Note: In July 2006 the Spanish Supreme Court overturned Ahmad’s conviction on appeal, finding that the High Court had failed to give him the presumption of innocence.)

On December 12, 2006, the Spanish government arrested eleven terrorist suspects in Ceuta, the Spanish enclave on the North African coast, including two men said to be brothers of Ahmad. Initial accounts incorrectly said that Ahmad was one of the arrested men. The press reported that the arrested men were associated with the Moroccan Islamic Combat Group, according to the Interior Ministry. The arrested men were believed to have sent recruits to fight in Iraq. CNN said the men were associated with the Salafist Group for Call and Combat.

2005

The Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon, prepared the indictment against Ahmad. Prosecutors alleged that Ahmad had gone to Afghanistan to train with followers of Osama bin Laden. Ahmad was convicted in his trial in Spain. On October 5, 2005, Ahmed was sentenced to six years in prison.

2004

Hamed Abderrahman Ahmad (born 1974), also known as Ahmad Abd al Rahman Ahmad, is a Spanish national born in Ceuta, who was captured and arrested by Pakistani soldiers in Pakistan in the fall of 2001 during the United States intervention in Afghanistan. He was transferred to United States military custody and held at Guantanamo Bay detention camp as a suspected enemy combatant from early 2002 to February 14, 2004, the only Spanish citizen to be detained there. His internment serial number (ISN) was 267.

In 2004, the United States allowed his extradition to Spain to face terrorism charges, based on confessions made while in US custody. Spanish authorities alleged that Abderrahman Ahmad was a member of a Spanish al-Qaeda cell. Ahmad was convicted of those charges by the High Court in 2005 and sentenced to six years in prison. Review of the case in an appeal to the Spanish Supreme Court resulted in the conviction being overturned in July 2006, as based on evidence that may have been obtained through torture by American interrogators. Such evidence is inadmissible in Spanish courts.

2001

Ahmad went to Afghanistan and, after the United States intervention, tried to escape through Pakistan. He was arrested by Pakistani soldiers and transferred to United States military custody in the fall of 2001. He was transferred in 2002 to the Guantanamo Bay detention camp, where he was held as a suspected enemy combatant and interrogated. When captured, he was unmarried.

Three other detainees indicted with Ahmad were the Moroccan Lahcen Ikassrien, and two legal residents of Britain, Omar Deghayes and Jamil al Banna. Spanish authorities alleged that these four may have had some involvement, not only with the September 11, 2001 attacks in the United States, but also with planning the later 2004 Madrid train bombings.