[quote]Tomorrow marks the [color=red]1,000th day in captivity [/color]for 12 Kuwaiti prisoners who have been held [color=red]without being charged [/color]in a U.S. detention camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The imprisonment is [color=red]in violation of three U.S. Supreme Court decisions [/color]that, in June 2004, ordered the Bush administration to either charge the men with a crime or set them free.
All of the Kuwaitis have been [color=red]held in isolation without legal representation or visits from friends or family[/color] since they were taken prisoner in the Middle East and flown to Guantanamo in 2002. To date, [color=red]none has been charged with any crime or given their rights under due process of U.S. law,[/color] despite the Supreme Court decisions earlier this year that reaffirmed their right to trial, their right to habeas corpus, and their right to legally challenge their detention.
The imprisonment has been decried by political and social leaders
throughout the world, from Tony Blair to Desmond Tutu[/quote]
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[quote]Archbishop [color=red]Desmond Tutu today branded the Guantanamo Bay prison camp a