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GITMOGuantanamo Bay (Cuba; usually seen as GTMO)
GITMOGiving Inmate Terrorists More Opportunities (bill)
GITMOGruppo Italiano Trapianti Di Midollo Osseo (Italian: Italian Group for Bone Marrow Transplantation)
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Dan Fesperman, who researched hundreds of documents and visited Gitmo in 2003, definitely did his homework, and it paid off.
As Bush's war on terror was waged, the public was apprised that suspected terrorists were being "detained" at Gitmo but little else--particularly the conditions of the camp and the interrogation tactics used.
Mitch McCooley took care of getting 11,000 pounds of food bound for Gitmo loaded on his bird.
"In the event the Gitmo Kangaroo Courts sentences someone to death and that person is executed, Gitmo will become America's first Nazi death camp," he warned.
US Torture Tactics Go Global: Is Gitmo Just The Tip Of The Iceberg?
Zaeef, a former Taliban ambassador who had been released from Gitmo in 2005, named six prisoners the Taliban hoped would be freed.
As if to mock that vow, recently, after getting elected for the second term, and 11 years after Gitmo opened, Obama has signed the National Defense Authorization Act, barring the use of federal funds to transfer detainees from the notorious prison to the U.S.
Seventeen Uyghurs were freed earlier, while three remain at Gitmo, with little prospect for release any time soon.
Moreover she said that defence of human rights agreed to conduct table talks with all of the stakeholders (Political and Military leadership) to stop illegal abductions, and to get illegal detainees back from prisons like Bagram and Gitmo etc, to find proactive ways to defend ourselves from terrorism.
A majority of Republicans (56 percent), about half of independents (49 percent) and Democrats (48 percent) also approved of the resumption of military tribunals at the Gitmo.
The president views Gitmo as a prime recruiting tool for Al-Qaeda, and his advisors suggest the president may issue an Executive Order declaring that Congress overstepped its powers by trying to pick prosecution venues.