from Witness Against Torture
Witness Against Torture returned to Washington, D.C. to mark the 11th anniversary of the opening of Guantanamo Prison Camp. For 4 years, President Obama has claimed to want to close Guantanamo. As recently as Oct. 2012 in an interview with Jon Stewart, he claimed he wanted to close the facility but was stymied by Congress. Guantanamo is now an ugly part of the President’s legacy. Nine men have died in the camp since its inception, most recently Adnan Latif. Mr. Latif had been cleared for release on no fewer than 3 occasions before his death in September.
Still Waiting from Johnny Barber on Vimeo.
2 thoughts on “GUANTANAMO: Still waiting to go home”
WHO in congress is holding up the closure of Guantanamo?
What is the next step?
seems to me it is a “where there is a will there is a way”, problem –
I continue to pray for the closure of Guantanamo Bay detention center and naval base. There is no need for our troops to be in Cuba. Guantanamo belongs to the Cubans. We need to give it back.