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April 30, 2013



There's precedent for our detaining people indefinitely - though the precedents aren't pretty, and few comport with Western values or international law.

The real head-scratcher for historians is how we could have become mired in holding so many of the prisoners indefinitely for so many years AFTER having determined that they are innocent, or otherwise merit immediate release. I've read the rationales and I perceive the problems, but history will judge them pathetically inadequate excuses.


Absolutely! We need to close this Middle Eastern Internment camp.

Christopher Hoffman

Again? Already? What a crock.

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