It is violates human rights, the U.S constitution and the Geneva convention
It doesn't violate anything and entirely ethical
LeOver a decade later, more than 150 detainees remain at Guantánamo Bay. The majority are in indefinite detention without charge or trial. Those who have been charged face unfair trial by military commission and some can face the death penalty if convicted. The government claims that even those found not guilty can be returned to indefinite detention. There has been essentially no accountability or redress for the human rights violations to which they and other detainees have been subjected. Human rights concerns in Guantánamo Bay remain an unfinished story. How long before the US government closes the book on Guantánamo, ends the use of unlawful detention in other facilities, and meets its human rights obligations?
1) Everyone that we jail should be tried in a court of law, by a jury of the American people. 2) The way in which prisoners are tortured is a clear violation of the constitution (cruel and unusual punishment) 3) The amount of secrecy surrounding it is quite disturbing considering the past two points. 4) Our current president, Obama, had promised to close it down for the aforementioned reasons, among others.
Holding prisoners at the Guantanamo Detention Center is a violation of human rights, particularly since most of these prisoners have not been charged with a crime. The U.S. does not have the right to hold prisoners of war for long indefinite periods of time without ever charging them with a crime. This is immoral and criminal. The U.S. must either charge these individual prisoners with specified crimes or it must let them free!
If we have been at "war", then they are POWs. The war in Iraq has ended & is winding-down in Afghanistan. So, it is time to free them. If they can be directly connected to an act of terrorism ... charge them & allow the justice system to work. To hold anyone indefinitely against their will ... without telling them why ... charging them, etc. ... is inhumane.
These people gave up any claim to " human rights" when they took up terrorism. They are scum, hardly deserving of the title human being, and no punishment is to "inhumane" for this lot.
Actually the people there have it good. The gitmo pic above isn't the current camp. That's camp x ray which was closed in 2003 when the current facilities opened. The current facilities resemble that of a modern day prison with three square meals a day.
While I am by no means a Neoconservative, I see the necessity for the camp.