Major McAlwain declined to say how much the consolidation cost. Over time, he said, the move would most likely mean a reduction in the troops of 1,500 national soldiers, who primarily travel for nine months in a detention operation, the cost of which has been estimated $ 13 million per prisoner per year.
Mr. Mohammed and other high-value detainees were placed at the classified Camp 7 site after their transfer to Guantanamo in September 2006. He had spent three to four years in the secret foreign prison network of the George W. Bush administration, known as the Black Sites. , Where the CIA subjected its prisoners to lack of sleep, forced nudity, waterboarding and other physical and psychological abuse.
Under the supervision of a special guard unit called Task Force Platinum, by isolating prisoners, intelligence agencies could strictly monitor and control their communications and prevent them from telling what had happened to them. The attorneys who were eventually granted access to the men were obliged to seek security clearance to classify their interactions, which included tortures sponsored by government agents in court filings.
Camp 7 was one of the most secret sites in Guannamo. The Pentagon refused to disclose its cost, which contractor built it and when. Reporters were not allowed to see it, lawyers were required to obtain a court order to visit and its location was considered classified, although sources pointed to this Satellite map of aadhaar.
In the short term, Major McLain said, Camp 7 “will be closed, closed and closed.”
“A plan for its eventual disposal has not yet been set,” he said.
Former CIA prisoners were mostly isolated at Camp 7. in their early years. Each was allowed to interact only with another prisoner at the time of the recreation, which was recorded for intelligence purposes.
His lawyers reported keeping in mind the circumstances until recent years, when the commanders Inmates are allowed to eat and pray together Under strict supervision. They also had a cell where they could prepare food to pass the time.