Russia Today 
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Ten years ago America’s infamous prison Guantanamo Bay locked up the first 20 detainees accused of terrorism. Seven hundred suspects have passed through since, many allegedly being abused and tortured there, almost none getting a trial.
Barack Obama had promised he would close it by now, but instead the President has signed a new law authorizing the indefinite detention of terror suspects.
Colonel Morris Davis, a chief prosecutor at Guantanamo Bay during George W Bush’s administration gives RT an insight of what he experienced.