Letters

June 20, 2005

Inside the Wire at Gitmo
"Inside The Interrogation of Detainee 063" [June 20] showed the prison camp at the U.S. naval station at Guantá namo Bay to be a prime example of the hypocrisy that shrouds the U.S. By indefinitely detaining "enemy combatants" without availing them of legal defense, we show the world that the lives of non-Americans are unimportant to us. That is not a great way to spread democracy. If there is indisputable evidence that prisoners were involved in 9/11, then by all means they should be prosecuted. But if there is no evidence, the U.S....

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