Closing Guantanamo Bay Infographics

Dec 12, 2013     No Comments    Posted under: Analysis, Infographics

Guantanamo Bay was established shortly after the 9/11 terrorists attacks to imprison and interrogate accused terrorists from around the World.  The US has been under scrutiny for its use of such a camp, but has also garnered support for helping to protect the safety of American citizens and their allies.

Closing Guantanamo Bay Infographics



Closing Guantanamo Bay Infographics



 

Those in support of Guantanamo argue the risk the US would take in releasing inmates and also don’t support housing the inmates on US soil due to security risks and costs.

Those against keeping Guantanamo Bay open cite the financial burden placed on the US tax payers, as well as the US ‘s questionable interrogation methods and reasons for imprisonment.

The California Western School of Law’s LLM in Trial Advocacy program published this Infographic to help educate the public about both sides of the issue, so that each individual can decide where they personally stand.

Mike Semanchik is a lawyer with the California Innocence Project and works closely with the CWSL LLM in Trial Advocacy program.

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