Six Yemeni Gitmo Detainees Released, Obama Regime Restarts Release


Six Yemeni Gitmo Detainees Released, Obama Regime Restarts Release

Via Fox News:

Six men held at the Guantanamo Bay detention center arrived in Oman Saturday, the first movement of detainees of out the U.S. prison for terrorism suspects in five months as Congress considers new restrictions on transfers.

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The six detainees are all from the embattled country of Yemen – Oman’s neighbors. They all boarded a flight from the prison in Cuba Friday, decreasing the population of the prison down to 116. The move means President Barack Obama has now transferred more than half of the 242 detainees who were at Guantanamo when he was sworn into office after campaigning to close it. More


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