Pentagon Proposes $49M Guantánamo Prison March 22, 2013  2:27 pm

guantanamoAnyone who thought President Obama might finally follow through on his promise to shut down the Guantánamo Bay detention center probably shouldn’t hold their breath. In fact, brand new Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel is currently considering a proposal to replace the deteriorating detention facility used for “high-value detainees” with a new $49 million prison.

“Most of the buildings and infrastructure were built for a short-term mission,” said a spokesman for the U.S. Southern Command-the organization responsible for all U.S. military activity in Central and South America. “We got down there in 2002, but never thought in a million years we would still have this in 2013 with no end in sight.” Read more at The New York Times.

{Andy Newscenter}

1 Responses to Pentagon Proposes $49M Guantánamo Prison

1 .Comment from jm

March 23, 2013 at 10:56 pm
Obama Finally realizes he cant just do everything just because its popular.


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