Skip to comments.U.S. quietly moves detainees out of secretive Afghanistan prison
Posted on 06/12/2014 5:50:28 PM PDT by Lacey
The Obama administration has quietly repatriated a dozen detainees from a small U.S. military prison in Afghanistan, moving a modest step closer toward winding down the United States' controversial post-9/11 detainee system. President Barack Obama, in a letter to Congress released on Thursday, informed U.S. lawmakers that about 38 non-Afghan prisoners remained at the Parwan detention center outside of Kabul, down from around 50 a few months ago. A U.S. defense official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that a Frenchman, a Kuwaiti and 10 Pakistani prisoners were sent back to their respective home countries at the end of May. The remaining detainees include Yemeni, Tunisian and more Pakistani nationals, and a Russian who the United States is also considering trying in a military or civilian court.
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I feel like my head is swirling how no one can see we have an enemy in the White Housse.
It does seem like people are awakening at a faster pace lately. hopefully that isn’t just my own wishful thinking.
What does it take for Boehner to begin Articles of Impeachment for the Democrats Obama?
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