where's the "fresh start" for prisoners?

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968867_10152063112088508_1035234564_n.jpgYesterday, a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights was hailed as a timely debate on closing Guantanamo.

What the hearing did not address--at all--were the practical steps that could be taken to follow through on President Obama's renewed promise to shutter Guantanamo. And it was notable that no member of the Obama administration, which is largely responsible for developing a plan of action, testified at the hearing... 

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