The number of detainees held at the us prison at guantanamo bay, cuba, has slowly shrunk from hundreds to the current count of 91 all would be transferred somewhere else under president obama's. Torture and cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment reported at guantánamo and degrading treatment of prisoners at guantánamo bay, cuba | 1 preface the center for constitutional rights (ccr) is a non- report on torture and cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment of prisoners at guantánamo bay, cuba | 3 “of the 550 [detainees]. The detainees of the roughly 780 people who have been detained at the united states military prison at guantánamo bay, cuba, 731 have been transferred and 40 remainin addition, nine detainees.
Guantánamo bay is crumbling into ruins is the only facility on the base that is set up to provide chronic care or emergency treatment detainees are either treated there after hours, or, in. There are 154 detainees still at guantánamo bay, among them 14 afghans who present clearest-cut case for release once the war ends photo: paul j richards /afp typically, when a war ends, so does. After enduring agonizing treatment in secret cia prisons around the world or coercive practices at the military detention camp at guantánamo bay, cuba, dozens of detainees developed persistent. This june 6, 2018 photo, reviewed by us military officials, shows detainees inside the camp 6 detention facility at guantanamo bay us naval base, cuba.
Amnesty international has provided new testimonies regarding the inhuman treatment of detainees by us authorities in guantanamo bay testimonies, released on the fourth anniversary of the first arrivals to the prison camp, include serious allegations of torture and in depth descriptions of ill treatment of detainees. Us president barack obama is years overdue on his promise to shutter the notorious prison at guantanamo bay, cuba in all, some 780 men have been held at the us facility. Guantanamo bay detainees on 19 january 2017, the day before the end of president obama's 2nd term in office, dod announced the transfer of three detainees to the united arab emirates it also. The guantanamo bay detention camp is a united states military prison located within guantanamo bay naval base, also referred to as guantánamo or gtmo (/ ˈ ɡ ɪ t m oʊ /), which is on the coast of guantánamo bay in cuba. As of may 1, 2018, 40 detainees remain at guantanamo bay, according to the federal government of the united states    this list of guantánamo prisoners has the known identities of prisoners at the guantanamo bay detention camp in cuba , but is compiled from various sources and is incomplete.
Some of the original detainees jailed at the guantanamo bay prison, as put on display by the us military. The vast majority of guantanamo detainees were transferred or released to other countries before 2009 a total of 780 detainees have been held at guantanamo bay since the detention center was opened in 2001. Clive stafford smith, a lawyer and founder of the human rights organization reprieve, who was at guantanamo bay last week, told newsweek via email, the treatment of detainees remains abysmal.
Unhinged those responsible for the treatment of the detainees in guantanamo from the legal guidelines for interrogation of detainees reflected in the conventions and embodied in the army field. The international committee of the red cross found cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment of detainees at the us military prison in guantanamo bay, cuba, during inspections there last summer. Detainees: the first detainees arrived at the guantanamo bay detention facility on january 11, 2002 since it opened, 780 detainees have been held there the bush administration transferred over 500 detainees out of the prison, and the obama administration has transferred 197.
The aclu has filed a class-action lawsuit enumerating egregious conditions for immigrant detainees at a federal prison in victorville, california. The military prison at guantanamo bay was established in january 2002 to hold detainees swept up in president george w bush’s so-called war on terror. Guantanamo bay prison detainees charles stimson talked about the status of prisoners held in guantanamo bay and the defense department’s efforts to june 13, 2007. Guantánamo bay is a us detention camp established by president george w bush in 2002 in the aftermath of the september 11th attacks it is located at a us military base on cuba.
Since september 11, 2001, the us treatment of suspected terrorist detainees—both abroad and at guantanamo bay—has come under criticism from human rights groups and legal scholars. [last updated in may 2018]well over a decade has passed since the first prisoner arrived in guantánamo bay, making it the longest-standing war prison in us history almost 800 men have passed through guantánamo’s cells number of fbi agents who reported abusive treatment of guantanamo prisoners: more than 200. The detainees only spent about 90 days at camp x-ray until they were moved to more permanent facilities — a short chapter in the 13-year saga of guantanamo's detention operations. The constitution project’s task force on detainee treatment is an independent, bipartisan, blue-ribbon panel charged with examining the federal government’s policies and actions related to the capture, detention and treatment of suspected terrorists during the clinton, bush and obama administrations.