They never thought they’d leave the base alive, but even when they did, former U.S. prisoners now home in Afghanistan say they still feel trapped. Some were welcomed back as heroes. But many can’t find jobs, or found their former livelihoods gone — like one man who’s vineyard died. Some are starting to speak out against the abuses they suffered, even meeting with American officials in Kabul. But others say they’re too frightened to talk, still — even ones who the U.S. declared not guilty.