Some of the most important informants were at Gitmo...

NY Times:

How a Civilian Prosecution Gave the U.S. a Key Informant

A Somali who pleaded guilty to supporting terrorists was not tried before a military commission. Still, he became one of the nation’s most important informants.
The US got extremely important information from al Qaeda leaders held at Gitmo, but liberals are so prejudiced against the facility and interrogation techniques they do not want to admit it and would rather trot out a rare success from the lawfare model.

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