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The two men were never charged with anything, and only ever suspected of terrorism without solid evidence, according to the article. So thank goodness they get to leave and have lives.

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The two men were never charged with anything, and only ever suspected of terrorism without solid evidence, according to the article. So thank goodness they get to leave and have lives.

 

Yes, this ^^^^^ is really important. Being held in Gitmo is not the same as being charged with terrorism offences. They've already lost over a decade of their lives. 

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The two men were never charged with anything, and only ever suspected of terrorism without solid evidence, according to the article. So thank goodness they get to leave and have lives.

Thank you, that settles it

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Why must people be sympathetic to terrorists *facepalm*

 

These people were never charged with anything, because no sufficient evidence was ever brought against them. They could very well be innocent, not terrorists, therefore we in America here at least in theory follow the Constitutional rule of "innocent until proven guilty."

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These people were never charged with anything, because no sufficient evidence was ever brought against them. They could very well be innocent, not terrorists, therefore we in America here at least in theory follow the Constitutional rule of "innocent until proven guilty."

True true

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