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Five Guantanamo detainees released

August 27, 2006

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— The Pentagon said Saturday it had transferred five detainees from the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to Afghanistan.

A written statement did not say why the detainees were released and did not disclose their identity or home country.

In earlier releases, the military has said detainees were freed because they no longer were considered enemy combatants. The Pentagon said the latest releases came after "multiple review processes" at Guantanamo.

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Ragingbear 7 years, 7 months ago

Oh. So sorry we violated your rights under the Geneva Convention, that you were not charged, convicted, or even actually accused of anything. Sorry about the torture that we call "Interrogation Tactics." Sorry about the PTSD that will occur every time the lights flicker or you hear Eminem. So so so so so so sorry.

On second thought. No we aren't. Your a terrorist because you come from another country.

The entire Guantanamo thing disgust me.

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