While many were busy talking about closing Guantanamo, a Haliburton subsidiary was busy building a new maximum security unit. It seems to me that $37 million is a lot to pay for a plain concrete building with only 178 cells. A number of prisoners, oops make that detainees, were being put into the building starting last December. There was an interesting call in show on C-Span a week ago. One caller's comment on the detainee label was made in a Jeff Foxworthy manner: " If you have been a imprisoned for more than 5 years you might not be a detainee" The person featured on the C-Span broadcast was an attorney for one of the detainees who is one of the few people that has been allowed inside of camp six. His overall assessment of the situation is that the government is trying to drive the detainees so insane that they can never be considered a credible witness to anything that happened at Gitmo. ( I'll try to find a transcript) I had heard in the past that some of the detainees held at Gitmo were turned in by others for a bounty. After watching the broadcast I was shocked that the number may be much higher than just a few. The C-Span program was the first I had heard of a camp six. http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2006-12-08-guantanamo_x.htm Picture of camp Six below. $37 million ?? http://www.defenselink.mil/home/features/gitmo/images/finals/Camp6sign.jpg Edit: Here is a link to CSpan videos. It is the "Washington Journal" video. move the slider to about 52 minutes. http://www.c-span.org/search/basic.asp?ResultStart=1&ResultCount=10&BasicQueryText=guantanamo&image1.x=27&image1.y=6 [Broken] It is a long video. You can listen to the audio only while making posts on the forum. Click on the original link to stop the audio.