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US cuts plans for Gitmo prosecutions

11.06.2013 16:37

The US is scaling back its Guantanamo prosecutions from 36 to 20 or less, admitting that it lacks the evidence to convict many of the detainees of international war crimes.

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Cleveland Mark Mitchell 12.06.2013 10:41

They are cutting down on prosecutions so they can prosecute their own. America is gearing towards a master plan of turning their citizens into mindless sheep and eventually turn them into slaves. Our government is no longer for the people. It is against the people.

Anonymous user 12.06.2013 09:36

I see scaling back terrorist prosecutions, but not scaling back spying on its own

Anonymous user 12.06.2013 08:08

Set these hostages free! Stop USA's illegal kidnap & torture campaign! Please Russia take action!

Anonymous user 12.06.2013 05:20

Release the Hostages.
Its False Inprisonment.

Anonymous user 12.06.2013 03:51

Hmmm...maybe they're afraid of who'll wind up there: Bush? Obama? Stay tooned...

Anonymous user 12.06.2013 01:51

No we Americans cannot stand we are sitting at keyboard reading about this

We will do nothing

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 22:51

USA stand up and DEMAND change.

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 22:41

curious minds do not lock up innocent people

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 20:38

When does RT cover Russian news instead of spewing anti-US propaganda?

Curious minds want to know.

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 18:41

US collapsing under its own gigantic crushing weight of corrupt imperialism. Hooray!

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 17:49

we have to keep the pressure up - the US military industrial complex is starting to make changes????

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 17:25

so now they start the process?

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