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GITMO Military Prosecutor Breaks His Silence

December 3, 2008

How much validation do we need to close GITMO? Just today retired Generals met with President Obama to press the cause of closing GITMO and abolishing Bush policies towards interrogations.

Addressing speculation that he “is unlikely to radically overhaul controversial Bush administration intelligence policies,” President-elect Barack Obama pledged last month to end torture as part of “an effort to regain America’s moral stature in the world.” Today, a dozen retired generals and admirals will meet with Obama’s transition team “to plead for a clean, unequivocal break with the Bush administration’s interrogation, detention and rendition policies.” The officers also want Guantanamo Bay closed, an effort that would force Obama “to decide what to do with inmates who can’t be tried for war crimes yet are deemed too dangerous to be released.”

I know its still sticky business trying to figure out what to do with the prisoners that are too dangerous to be release but I’m sure with all the great minds President Obama has surrounded his self with that answer will not take long to reach a conclusion.

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