Colonel Morris Davis: Obama had no balls to close Gitmo


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on Jan 2, 2012

One of the first promises made by President Obama when he first came to power back in 2008 was to close the controversial Guantanamo Bay detention center. Four years later it is still operational. ­The former chief prosecutor of the Gitmo military commissions, Colonel Morris Davis, who was thrilled when Obama took office, told RT of his huge disappointment in the US president.

‘Obama had no balls to close Gitmo’


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