The corrupt Obama Regime has quietly repatriated a dozen detainees from a small U.S. military prison in Afghanistan, moving a step closer toward winding down the United States’ post-9/11 detainee system. In a letter to Congress released on Thursday, Obama informed U.S. lawmakers that about 38 non-Afghan Muslim prisoners remained at the Parwan detention center outside Kabul, down from 50 a few months ago.
Reuters A U.S. defense official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that a Frenchman, a Kuwaiti and 10 Pakistani prisoners were sent back to their respective home countries at the end of May. The remaining detainees include Yemeni, Tunisian and more Pakistani nationals, and a Russian who the United States is also considering trying in a military or civilian court.
The transfers, which are not publicly disclosed, underscore the challenges the Obama administration faces in shutting down Parwan and the larger U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.