Thursday (11th January) is the 5th anniversary of the first incarcerations at Guantánamo Bay.
Amnesty are holding a series of protests to push for some sort of justice for the detainees. You can find the details HERE - unfortunately for people with work, the London one at least is being held during the day, but there is other action you can take if you can't make the protest itself.
Five years on, not a single detainee has been put on trial. If they ever do get a trial, it is planned to be a military tribunal - weighted to get a conviction, not to give a fair trial.
Why are around 300 of the over 400 people still held at Guantánamo Bay not scheduled for trial or transfer to another country's custody? Is it because many of them are men like the one HERE, where there is no evidence and a trial would lead to their release?
All governments not doing all they can to end the injustice of Guantánamo Bay should be ashamed.