1. Camp VI, one of seven sections within Guantanamo Bay’s permanent detainment camp, was modeled on federal high-security prisons.
The interior of an unoccupied communal cellblock at Camp VI.
3. As of 2010, Camp VI was known for its communal areas with big-screen televisions and cells that allow detainees to wander in and out.
An unidentified prisoner reads a newspaper in a communal cellblock at Camp VI.
A room used for meetings between lawyers and their clients, complete with ankle shackle.
5. Detainees are reportedly given a daily choice of regular, soft, vegetarian, vegetarian with fish, bland and high fiber meals.
Picture taken March 7, 2013.
Trays of halal meat.
8. Here’s the library at Camp Delta, one of Guantanamo’s two camps. (The third, Camp X-Ray, was closed in 2002. The second, Camp Iguana, houses detainees no longer considered “enemy combatants.”)
The detainee library inside Camp Delta offers reading material, movies and video games.
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