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  • Explorer: Inside Guantanamo Bay

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoGaHAgLwvQ[/youtube]Yesterday, The Foundry announced the premiere of Explorer: Inside Guantanamo Bay on the National Geographic Channel, this Sunday night. Charles “Cully” Stimson, Senior Legal Fellow in the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at the Heritage Foundation was instrumental in granting National Geographic the access they needed to produce this one-of-a-kind documentary when he was Deputy Assistant Defense Secretary for Detainee Affairs prior to joining Heritage.

    Tune in Sunday at 9 pm EST. Check local listings for channel information.

    Posted in Ongoing Priorities [slideshow_deploy]

    2 Responses to Explorer: Inside Guantanamo Bay

    1. Jack says:

      NatGeo showed its bleeding heart side as most U.S. media. "Oh, those poor men" "Lets get them legal help"

      Better the innocent suffer, then the guilty to get away, I'd say.

      They make it sound like we tourchered them for fun. It saved lives.

      As the families of people like Daniel Pearl if the detainees deserve quality health care and legal council.

      Ask the familes of 3000 killed on 911 if they care if their rights are violated.

      When Obama closes Guantanamo, ask you Congress representitive to place them in your community and await trail. When they are found not guilty, perhaps you can give them a place to stay until they get back home or find a job.

    2. Jill says:

      I think if America is pro torture then they should implement that in thier country. The big question here is wheather "detaining" these suspected terrorists has or will stop terrorism. And the answer to that is no. Nothing has come from GB except the expansion of terrorism and hate for the United states. Terrorism can't be controlled or stopped but it can be monitored. What to do with the detainees? Let them go because clearly their capture has not ceased terror around the world. If the majority of those released detainees weren't terrorists they will leave the camp with a new level of hate not only for the United States but the United States military as well.

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