War on Terror News has covered the debate about Gitmo considerably and from various standpoints. Central to the theme about the subject is that the popular perception about the camp has been purposely distorted for partisan purposes.
Though malcontents and partisans have been more than happy to sell fictional accounts listed otherwise about a place that contains one of the greatest concentrations of evil on earth, I'm pleased to announce the first book known to me to be interested in the truth of the matter. Inside Gitmo by Gordon Cucullu was appalled by the stories in the press about the detention facility. He went down
and conducted his own investigation and now reports to the people. I look forward to reading it.
Other stories here on Gitmo:
Gitmo To Be Closed: A Response to the Stubborn orders of the new CinC, despite his new access to reality.
The Conundrum of Success: A Response to the Left's looking in the wrong arguments to keeping Gitmo open
Gitmo Prisoner Returns to AQ Family: Al-Shahiri, One of many terrorists that proclaimed innocent circumstance but couldn't be delayed in their return to atrocity, and a promotion.
Salim Hamdan: Released December 27, 2008.
Somehow, I don't think Elmo of Gitmo is going to like this book which should put to rest his claims of being the Supreme Sadistic Commander of Toiletries.