Apparently, after having been snatched from their home countries, tainted with the label of a suspected terrorist, and imprisoned for years, the not guilty inmates at Guantanamo now have nowhere to go. Their home countries won’t take them back. And the U.S. certainly isn’t going to absorb them. Not that we should. If they didn’t have militant anti-American sentiments before their capture, they almost certainly do now.
The 82 represent more than 20 percent of total prisoners in Guantanamo.