Should the government use GTMO for refugees in the future?
Your Answers
34% Yes
66% No

yes Just until they are admitted and processed

Submitted by SMS

no GTMO should return to its role as the ideal place for Fleet Training.

John Kellett, MOUNT WOLF, PA

no are more human methods of handling incarceration or criminals in the system

Submitted by SMS

yes The government should use GTMO for refugees in the future because it is already a location that is pretty well developed. The process to make another place will be costly and just doesn't make sense at this current time. I am thinking about it for the fact that is already a developed area.

LGST 1010, New Orleans, LA

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This Week in Guantánamo: 2015 and 2007

February 19, 2015: Former GTMO detainee David Hicks wins a legal challenge against a conviction of providing material support for terrorism. His ‘guilty’ finding is dismissed. Hicks describes ongoing medical problems as a result of his time at GTMO.

March 30, 2007: David Hicks becomes the first GTMO War on Terror detainee to be convicted. He is sentenced to 9 months in jail, to be served in his home country of Australia.