More than 13 years after the arrival of the first inmates in Guantanamo, the Pentagon would propose moving the disputed prison to the United States and finally fulfilling the election promise of Barack Obama.
The American president does not have much time to fulfill his prison term. The prison opened in January 2002. for prisoners accused of terrorism, imprisonment, and clutter of prisoners clutched with chains in orange coats unleashed a poor picture of the United States in the world.
It is necessary to remove the "first argument used by jihadists to steer", emphasizes Barack Obama.
The US president has asked the Pentagon to hand over several options for resettlement in the United States, where 112 detainees are now in custody under 700 at 2003.
The Pentagon must announce the cost of that resettlement.
Four places are being considered: two military prisons in Charleston, South Carolina, and Fort Leavenworth in Kansas, the federal high-security prison of Florence in Colorado and the prison in Canon City in the same state.
In prison Florence are detainees Ramzi Youssef, the brainchild of the World Trade Center 1993., Zacaris Moussaoui, a Frenchman condemned to participate in the assassinations of 11. September and Djokhar Tsarnaev, sentenced to death for the 2013 bombings in Boston.
Congress with the Republican majority is against the detention of prisoners on US soil. Representatives from these countries point out the dangers of an attack on prisons. (Hina)