The following films show photos of a small part of the estimated 11.000 Tamil prisoners of war that are being held incommunicado in secret camps. It is not known how the photos reached the outside world nor if whether the people shown are still alive or have already have been secretly executed. While the inmates in Guantanamo Bay have access to the International Committee of the Red Cross and have legal representatives, this is not the case with the prisoners of Sri Lanka's secret camps. They do not even have this minimal protection. They names are not known. Nobody knows what has happened to them.