Guantanamo closed the camp for high-value criminals

Guantanamo closed Camp 7, the most secret camp where the most valuable criminals for the United States were held.

All prisoners of Camp 7 were transferred to the neighboring Camp 5, the Southern Command of the US Armed Forces reported.

Camp 7 was created in 2006 and was hidden for two years. In 2017, Guild Hassan Dourad, a Somali prisoner at Camp 7, said prisoners there are subjected to psychological torture daily.

The US opened a prison for international terrorists at the Guantanamo Bay base after the September 11, 2001 attacks. Now there are 40 prisoners there. No new prisoners appear there.

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