Guantanamo Bay detainment camp
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Guantanamo Bay detainment camp, often referred to as "Guantanamo" or "Gitmo" (derived from the abbreviation "GTMO"), is a joint military prison and interrogation center holding people suspected by the Executive branch of the United States government of being terrorists (such as al-Qaeda or Taliban operatives), along with some people no longer considered suspects who are being held pending relocation elsewhere.
The camp includes includes Camp Delta (which includes Camp Echo), Camp Iguana, and the now-closed Camp X-Ray.
- WikiLeaks: Camp Delta Standard Operating Procedure
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- 2006-10-02 Patterico's Exclusive Interview with a Man Who Has Spoken to the Terrorists at Guantánamo
- 2007-04-22 Guantanamo echoes U.S. 'gunboat' past: "Fidel Castro wages silent protest against the U.S. military "tenants" of this bay in southern Cuba from a drawer in his desk" by not cashing any of the rent checks Cuba has received since Castro took office.
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