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  • The Scriptorium

    12/7/2014

    Pentagon says six Guantanamo Bay detainees transferred to Uruguay

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 7:21 am

    Still determined to get Guantanamo closed, Obama let 6 more terrorists loose in Uruguay. But, guess where they’ll end up? Right back in the Middle East, in the middle of the fight, shooting at our troops. You don’t let POW’s go until hostilities are over. That Obama doesn’t know this or doesn’t care, is disturbing. Shouldn’t it be a clue to our clueless President that it took years to find a country that would take them in? That’s because they’re dangerous jihadis hell bent on fighting in the Jihad, Mr. President. It’s really simple. They’re killers, and they’ll kill again.

    The U.S. government said early Sunday that it had transferred six detainees held at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba for over 12 years to Uruguay for resettlement as refugees.

    All six men had been detained as suspected militants with ties to Al Qaeda, but had never been charged. A Pentagon statement on Sunday identified the men as four Syrians, a Tunisian and a Palestinian. They are the first Guantanamo Bay prisoners to be sent to South America.

    They had been cleared for release since at least 2010 but they could not be sent home and languished as the U.S. struggled to find countries willing to take them.

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