Tuesday, January 26, 2010

4 more Guantanamo detainees released

The United States sent four Guantánamo detainees to European countries for resettlement over the weekend -- three to Slovakia and another to an undisclosed nation, U.S. officials said Monday.

The secret transfers, amid a hustle of air activity surrounding Haitian relief operations, left the prison camp census at 192 foreign captives.

It was also the second set of releases since the White House put an indefinite hold on the repatriation of Yemenis following a botched Christmas Day bombing of a Detroit-bound airliner.

While no one's looking, they've started releasing Guantanamo detainees again.

If one of these releasees is caught committing a terrorist act, it's the end of Democratic hopes in November, 2010.

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