The Obama administration Monday lifted a veil of secrecy surrounding
the status of the detainees at Guantánamo, for the first time publicly
naming the four dozen captives it defined as indefinite detainees — men
too dangerous to transfer but who cannot be tried in a court of law.
The names had been a closely guarded secret since a multi-agency task
force sifted through the files of the Guantánamo detainees in 2009
trying to achieve President Barack Obama’s executive order to close the
detention center. In January 2010, the task force revealed that it
classified 48 Guantánamo captives as too dangerous to transfer but ineligible for trial because of a lack of evidence, or because the
evidence was too tainted.
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