Today's Washington Post reports that President Obama's executive order to close down Guantanamo Bay within a year may be hampered by "files in disarray" and "scattered throughout the executive branch." Reading this article set my teeth on edge and is, I believe, only the beginning of what will be revealed about the Bush War on Terrorism.
Here is Guantanamo Case Files in Disarray.
But wait, there's more! Karen J. Greenberg reports that there was a time in the history of Gitmo, when the military tried to do the right thing by detainees despite objections from the civilian side--i.e. Donald Rumsfeld and cohorts--of the equation. Have a look at When Gitmo Was (Relatively) Good. I wonder how former administration officials will respond to this?