The effect that isolation and removal of humans from the civilized society has on the psychology of moral behavior in humans is supported by the accounts of abuse at the Guantanamo Bay as well. The Guantanamo Bay Detention Facility has also reported case of abuse much like those in Abu Ghraib and the Stanford Prison experiment.
The immoral abuse that the prisoners have faced at the hands of the guards pertains to being put in darkened cells for long periods as a way of torture, anti sleep torture where the prisoners are kept awake by water and light flashes, deprivation form basic rights of being able to eat, pray, or undergo reconstructive therapy as well as being targeted and degraded for their religion. “‘On several occasions witnesses saw detainees in interrogation rooms chained hand and foot in fetal position to floor with no chair/food/water; most urinated or defecated on selves and were left there 18, 24 hours or more, according to one FBI account made public.” (‘FBI: Workers saw prisoner abuse at Guantanamo’, 2007) The Lucifer Effect as proven by Zimbardo through the Stanford Prison Experiment is again relevant in the case of Guatanamo incidents as it clearly depicts that where abuse is tolerated in prisoners, the deprivation of basic human rights is also not far behind. The aggregation and the incremental extrapolation of the effects results in major immoral actions that are carried out by the party in power, thus supporting the argument that isolation can affect the moral behavior of individuals by altering their moral psychology.