Sunday, March 18, 2018

Nearly 30 Percent Of Guantanamo Transfers Confirmed Of Returning To Terrorist Activities

Detainees converse inside a communal area of Camp 6 at Joint Task Force Guantanamo, Cuba, on Oct. 20, 2010. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Elisha Dawkins)

PJ Media: Nearly 30 Percent of Gitmo Transfers Confirmed or Suspected of Returning to Terror

WASHINGTON -- Nearly 30 percent of Guantanamo detainees that have been transferred out of the prison are confirmed to have or are suspected of returning to terrorist activities, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence said in an update Friday.

Per six-month reporting guidelines, ODNI said that as of Jan. 15 of this year 728 detainees have been transferred out of Gitmo. Of these, 123 have been confirmed to have rejoined terrorist groups. Thirty-three of those are now dead, 22 are in foreign custody, and 68 are at large.

Of the 728 released detainees, 94 are suspected of going back to terrorism. Four of those are deceased, 18 are in foreign custody, and 72 are at large.

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WNU Editor: Only 30%?

2 comments:

Bob Huntley said...

"confirmed or suspected" = no reliable information

Aizino Smith said...

Bob has no information that they work a 9 to 5 job.

Bob assumes that if he knows nothing, then it is "The Best of All Possible Worlds".


It should be real easy to keep tabs on someone who works 9 to 5.


Either the resources have not been expended to keep tabs on them or more likely they are up to no good.