Celebrating International Orange Jumpsuit Day
Another grave milestone was reached this week…
5 years of the Gitmo torture chambers!
* 5 years of detaining innocent students who went to Pakistan for Microsoft classes but somehow found themselves in Afghanistan
* 5 years of detaining innocent Germans because the Germans won’t take them
* 5 years of releasing innocent Russian detainees so that they can attack Russian oil pipelines or try to take over entire Russian cities
* 5 years of re-arresting 5 of 7 innocent Russian detainees
* 5 years of being an innocent detainee with Al Zarqawi connections
* 5 years of packing on an average of 20 pounds
* 5 years of not wanting to go home
A Gitmo parade yesterday in DC.
Protesters dressed as prisoners from the U.S. detention facility at Guantanamo Bay march past the U.S. Capitol (rear) during a demonstration in Washington, January 11, 2007. (Reuters)
A demonstrator holds a sign during the International Day to Shut Down Guantanamo protest, in New York January 11, 2007. Anti-war and human rights groups demonstrated in Manhattan and around the country to close the U.S.-run prison in Guantanamo Bay on the fifth anniversary since the U.S. first transferred men to the prison. (REUTERS/Mike Segar)
So, how might the Taliban thank the lovely protesters if they ever would get out?
We have a pretty good idea…
Do you think the gals at Code Pink could adjust to blue?
Jules Crittenden has a counter plan on what you can do to keep Gitmo open- for the safety of us all.
Gitmo Detainees Re-Arrested in Russia
Former Gitmo Prisoner Arrested for Terrorism in Moscow
Sadly, Gitmo Hypocrisy Hits Germany
Yesterday’s Zarqawi-Linked Terrorist Is Today’s Innocent at Gitmo
Three Former Gitmo Detainees Held in Morocco
“The Road to Gitmo” Gets Rave Reviews in Berlin
“Road to Gitmo” Heartthrobs Will Lead Anniversary Protests