Sunday, April 09, 2006

The Guardian: Cuba? It was great, say boys freed from US prison camp

One for Dick Durbin via Little Green Foot Balls and PJ Media

The Guardian's James Astill meets teenagers released from Guantanamo Bay who recall the place fondly.

2 comments:

Angry Patriot said...

It's a sad sad day for America when it's significant news that children were treated well by US soldiers. Before Bush, no one would even question that we would treat any of our detainees with the utmost respect for human rights. Sadly, that is no longer the case.

Bill Baar said...

It's not news in the US AP. The Guardian (no friend of Bush) is the only place I've seen this story.

Except for Noriega, I can't recall the US holding combatents since Korea. I don't think we held any during all of Vietnam.