Saturday, June 23, 2007

Guantanamo: "Deeply flawed"

The Boston Globe reports today on charges from an army reserve officer that the process for determining whether a detainee should be held at the Guantanamo Bay military prison camp is "deeply flawed." It's the first time that someone on the inside of Guantanamo has spoken out.

Criticism of Guantanamo from the outside, including from the US Supreme Court, has been abundant. Hundreds of supposed "enemy combatants" have been held there for years without trial.

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