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Guantanamo Inmates Could Be Moved To US Jails
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 28717051:MV8yMDY1OTIyXzM0NzYwNzg1XzRDNUMzQ0RE] [quote:Anonymous Coward 28717051:MV8yMDY1OTIyXzM0NzYwNzQ0Xzk3RUU0MzQ3] I doubt it would be closed.They just did lots of upgrades there. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLfDCb7H3nU [/quote] Another video... Guantanamo upgrade: US to spend $40 mil on renovation Despite promises to close Guantanamo Bay, Washington is now preparing to invest tens of millions into renovating the controversial facility's infrastructure. The Pentagon is planning to install a $40-million fiber optic cable at Guantanamo, and the base's commanders say such a long term investment in infrastructure makes sense only if the US intends to continue operating the base. http://rt.com/news/guantanamo-infrastructure-fiber-optic-cable-537/ [/quote]
The Guantanamo Bay detention centre could be closed and the 166 inmates could be sent to prisons in the US, according to a new government report.
"This report demonstrates that if the political will exists, we could finally close Guantanamo without imperilling our national security," said Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein, the Senate Intelligence Committee chairwoman who released the recommendations.
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