WikiLeaks Releases Guantanamo Bay Files
The muckraking web site WikiLeaks has released a batch of new secret files, the latest documents about the goings-on at Guantanamo Bay.
Fox News reports that several U.S. and European newspapers said the documents describe "an inconsistent and questionable process used to evaluate detainees suspected of terror ties."
The New York Times wrote about cases in which probable low-risk prisoners were held at length, while some who were legitimate threats were released.
The Obama administration, which is outraged by the release of the documents, said these papers come from before the administration's review of procedures at Gitmo. Those files are still secure, it claims.
The news agency Euronews has this report: