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The U.S. military dismisses the commander of Guantánamo

You've lost confidence in the ability of Rear-Admiral John C. Ring, to run a command, it means to justification. On the prisoner exchange should have no impact.

the commander of The controversial US prison camp Guantanamo on Cuba has been relieved of his duties. You have lost confidence in the ability of Rear-Admiral John C. Ring, to run a command, justified the U.S. military to take the step on Sunday. Details were not called. The change will have no impact on the prisoners in the US camp on Cuba, it said. Ring Deputy, Brigadier General John Hussey will take command now temporarily.

The decision is the result of a week long investigation, said a military spokesman. He refused, however, to be more specific. First had reported about the release of the New York Times. Ring led the command of Guantánamo in April 2018. The former U.S. President George W. Bush set up the prison camp, after the September 11 attacks. September 2001 Islamist terrorist suspects without trial, to imprison. The United States is accused of because of the hard dealing with the prisoners there for torture.

Bush's successor, Barack Obama, reduced the number of Gefangenenen, but failed with the promise to close the camp. US President, Donald Trump ordered to 2018, to operate Guantánamo. He had declared in the decree that new prisoners could be transferred to Guantánamo, when it was lawful to do. Last autumn, 40 inmates were there.

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