Another detainee dies in Guantanamo concentration camp.
The U.S. military did not identify the detainee who died or describe the manner of death...
Another detainee, Omar Khadr, who was 15 when he was captured in Afghanistan has fired his American attorneys ahead of his trial because he (understandably) doesn't trust them...
"These men have been detained for five and a half years with no legal way out", said the President of N-Y based Centre for Constitutional Rights.
THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY (380) men are still illegally held in this U.S. concentration camp.
I agree with what Ms Astrid Essed, Human Rights Activist in the Netherlands, wrote in her article of January 2005 See: http://sandiego.indymedia.org/en/2005/01/107478.shtml
The role of the European allies:
When the European allies are continuing to give only verbal criticism on the Guantanamo practices without taking political consequences, they not only show a great hypocrisy by allegedly defending ''western moral values'', but they are also morally co-responsible for the continued erosion of the American judicial system.