Binyam Mohamed, the last British resident held at Guantanamo Bay, has been released and returned to the United Kingdom. Mohamed was arrested in Pakistan in 2002 and has been detained – in Pakistan, Morocco, and Guantanamo Bay – ever since. He claims he was tortured and says that questions his interrogators in Morocco asked him could only have come from British intelligence agents. He says one of his interrogators identified herself as a Canadian – though he says he didn’t believe this and Canada had denied any involvement. British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said the United Kingdom requested the release and return of all former British residents in August 2007.