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The U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, turned 10 years old yesterday. Carol Rosenberg, Miami Herald reporter, looks back at a decade of Gitmo.
"Like prisoner of war"? are they not? ohhh detainees huh?
Kahdr: I thought throwing grenades was part of war. Can Rosenburg explain what his 'crime' was.
Anyone who believes O won't use indefinite detention on U.S.ians must believe that the only reason that could possibly be so is that O will assassinate them instead.
"Closing Gitmo" was an integral part of O's carefully crafted strategy to deceive via propaganda lies. Next step: O's kabuki of figuring out how to get the Rs to take the blame.
O never met a prez power he didn't love.
The diff betw Iran and U.S. in that in Iran you get a trial.
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