Before leaving office, President Mujica of Uruguay took 6 of “Gitmo’s finest”, or some of the worst criminals and terrorists sitting in that prison.
It started out as a little “leftist play” by the very leftist Mujica. 350 more words
Perhaps because none of the 2016 presidential candidates are talking about it, I haven’t seen much in the media about this:
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Facing a potential showdown with Congress, the Pentagon is racing to move dozens of detainees out of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in coming months before lawmakers can block future transfers and derail President Obama’s plan to shutter the U.S.
Army General Milley exercised courage in finding that Army deserter Bergdahl should be charged with desertion. I’m confident there was plenty of pressure on GEN Milley to not prefer charges against Bergdahl given that he was traded for five hardened terrorists housed at GITMO. 116 more words
That was justice at work. It took a week less than two years, an impressively brisk time window, for federal prosecutors in Massachusetts to deliver justice to Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and the jury needed just 11 hours to deliberate. 926 more words