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May 28, 2010



I'd like to point out that the Uyghurs transferred to Bermuda and Palau are refugees -- citizenship is not an option for them.

Agreeing to accept transfer to Bermuda or Palau is likely to be a one-way trip.

Once they left Guantanamo other countries are unlikely to make them a better offer, because they were no longer in prison.

Under those circumstances I would hold out for transfer directly from Guantanamo to a country where citizenship would be offered to me, if I kept my nose clean during the probationary period. I think anyone would.

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