They calmly tell us that their prisoners are enemy combatants not prisoners of war, and thus exempt from the Geneva Conventions, and that each cell measures 8ft by 8ft6ins (2.44 x 2.59 metres). There is a picture of an interrogation room showing the bolt on the floor to which the enemy combatant is shackled. Amusingly, we are told that marines "speak lock-jawed so Cuban soldiers watching them through binoculars cannot read their lips". And much more ....
I think it is only fair to say that this article is as critical as it reasonably can be, given the necessary co-operation of the American government and the readership of this American magazine. But YOU can have your say !
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