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One Year in, Trump's Guantánamo Policy Is an Echo of Bush -- and Obama

Nearly 17 years after 9/11 and one year into Donald Trump's presidency, dozens of detainees remain held in the United States' penal colony at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Obama's failure to close the US prison at Guantánamo and hold torturers accountable has made it easier for Trump to openly embrace torture and keep the facility open. Now, a year into the Trump administration, the Guantánamo military commissions system remains a kangaroo court and the US government maintains an abusive system of indefinite detention while waging perpetual war. These policies are more normalized than they've been before.  Read more.

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