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Worthington on Guantanamo

2010 September 15
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by Alex Coolman

At the blog The Public Record, Andy Worthington has the introduction and first installment of an 8-part series on the individuals who are still detained at Guantanamo.  He writes:

Readers will also encounter many stories of brutality and torture in these accounts, but, I believe, few stories of genuine terrorists, and should bear in mind that, as advised by President Obama’s interagency Guantánamo Review Task Force, only 34 of the remaining 176 men are to be put forward for trials, although 48 others are to be held indefinitely without charge or trial (because they are regarded as too dangerous to release, even though there is insufficient evidence to put them on trial), and 92 others are to be released.

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