Virtually no one is impressed with President Barack Obama’s latest plan to close Guantanamo Bay — though its lack of specifics might be a relief to the Democrats running to replace him.
The White House largely played it safe politically in the nine-page plan released Tuesday. Legal observers note the White House wouldn’t truly “close” the prison, but rather move people who may need to be detained indefinitely into the United States — to the chagrin of human rights groups. On Capito...
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