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Oct 4th, 2009 Uncategorized

The Washington Post reports today:

The Justice Department has begun to hint in court filings that at least some of the defendants in the Sept. 11, 2001, case, as well as other prominent suspects, will be transferred to federal custody in the United States.

The main point of the article is that most are better off at GITMO.  KSM currently enjoys 4 hours a day sitting in the Caribean sun and talking to other prisoners.  "Mohammed can also use that time to visit a media room to watch movies of his choice, read newspapers and books, or play handheld electronic games. He and other detainees have access to elliptical machines and stationary bikes."  The Bureau of Prisons's Supermax facility, on the other hand, is largely underground and typically includes 23 hours per day of solitary confinement.

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