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Most Voters Still Support Guantanamo Prison, Military Tribunals for Terrorists

Monday, March 14, 2011

President Obama announced as one of his first acts in office that he planned to close the Guantanamo prison camp for terrorists in Cuba, but political and legal complications have brought that effort to a halt. The president announced recently that the facility will remain open indefinitely and that trials of the inmates by military tribunals will resume there. Voters continue to support both decisions.

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