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Guantanamo Protest in Front of the White House

Guantanamo Protest in Front of the White House
Tourist enjoy the sunshine as activist group Codepink protests the Guantanamo Bay prison using a caricature of President Barack Obama to urge him to close it during demonstration in front of the White House in Washington, DC on May 10, 2013. There are presently 166 detainees who have never been charged with a crime or have been cleared for release. The prison was established in 2002 by then president George W. Bush as a reaction to the terrorism of 9/11. UPI/Pat Benic
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