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US military admits three Gitmo hunger-strikers hospitalized, at least 10 force-fed

26.03.2013 11:44

Three Guantanamo detainees were hospitalized as a result of the hunger strike, which has entered its 49th day. At least 10 of the strikers are being force-fed, military officials admitted. Human rights advocates said the numbers were being under-reported.

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Cookie Lipschitz 28.03.2013 03:26

More Obama doublespeak from the other side of the looking glass. Say one thing, do the total opposite, and the vast majority of Democrats will still see him as a progressive. This kind of hypocrisy is actually far more pernicious than Bush/Cheney's overt retrogressive rubbish- with those guys they pretty much did what they said they were going to do, right nor wrong.

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 11:13

Good solution for barbaric animals

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 09:40

I guess we learned nothing from the Nuremberg trials. Hitler's nacht and nebel decree is in force!

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 09:24

The abomination Gitmo exemplifies God's warning to assess men by what they do, not what they say.

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 02:17

@Frank Inbun, so are you a conpiracy nut or are you a kill the zionist nut?

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 02:13

If they didn't chain these prisoners in the planes they would bite through hydraulic lines to crash.

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 02:04

Russia could teach the US how to deal with muslim extremists. They would just dig a big hole.

Anonymous user 26.03.2013 22:16

Freedom is an illusion. I really hope something will be done about this. Why do ppl trust politician

Anonymous user 26.03.2013 21:32

Hitler would be proud

Anonymous user 26.03.2013 21:26

They don't want to eat , why feed them

Anonymous user 26.03.2013 20:45

Sounds like they are saying "Give me liberty or give me death".

 

Charles Smith 26.03.2013 16:16

‘Hunger strikes instead of justice’: Lawyers still denied access to Gitmo detainees.

Clearly a violation of U.S. Constitutional law.

 

Shalida Siti 26.03.2013 15:17

Gitmo prisoners

 

Susan Hall 26.03.2013 15:08

Tonight in Boulder, Colorado a Christian group is hosting a mock trial for Jesus.

I thought in Guantanamo they don't have to do anything to be held for life, just be where the U.S. military can pick you up as a "bad LOOKING dude" or some very poor family man get's money & he'll say anything, the PresidentS of the U.S. clear you, freedom and justice is still not allowed.

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