In January 2003, Spc. Sean Baker put on a Guantanamo prisoner’s uniform to allow soldiers to practice extracting a prisoner from a cell. The extraction team did not know that Baker was an American. He recalls, “They grabbed my arms, my legs, twisted me up and got up on my back from behind and put pressure down on me while I was face down.” Guard Scott Sinclair “began to choke me and press my head against the floor.” He twice “slammed my head against the floor and continued to choke me.” Baker was hospitalized for brain trauma, given a medical discharge, and continues to suffer from regular seizures. The videotape of the training exercise was lost.