192nd Military Police Battalion: Made in Connecticut

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"Time. We can't get it back. When it's gone, it's gone. The families embracing their returning fathers, sons and husbands after 10 months of separation in Connecticut know it. [Released political prisoner] Shaker Aamer and his children -- Faris, Said, Michael and Johina -- meeting almost as strangers after 13 years apart know it too. All those innocent men released from Guantánamo and still struggling to find their footing in strange lands -- and still struggling to heal from severe trauma -- know it too. And so do those 91 men who remain at Guantánamo, while their families wait for them." 

-- Frida Berrigan, WagingNonviolence.org

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