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Approximately prisoners remain at Guantanamo, most of whom have been in US custody for more than six years without ever being charged with a crime. Some of them-including many of the several dozen individuals already cleared for release or transfer-are now being housed in prison facilities akin to and in some respects more restrictive than many "supermax" prisons in the United States.
Such detainees at Guantanamo spend 22 hours a day alone in small cells with little or no natural light or fresh air. They are allowed out only two hours a day often at night to exercise in small outdoor pens. Except for the occasional visit by an attorney or a representative of the International Committee of the Red Cross ICRC , they have little human interaction with anyone other than interrogators and prison staff.
For many detainees, isolated confinement is not a time-limited punishment for a disciplinary infraction, but something they have faced day in, day out, for months and years. None of the prisoners currently held at Guantanamo has ever been allowed a visit from a family member, and most of them have never been allowed even to make a single phone call home during the six-plus years they have been detained.
Detainees receive virtually no educational or rehabilitative programming to help them pass the time. The US government is quick to say that most prisoners at Guantanamo are not technically in solitary confinement because they can yell at each other through the gaps underneath their cell doors; they can talk to one another during recreation time; and they are allowed periodic ICRC and lawyer visits.
The reality, nonetheless, is that these men live in extreme social isolation, cut off from family and friends, and even, to a large extent, from each other. They spend most of their days alone in totally enclosed cells, with no educational and vocational outlets, and little more than the Koran and a single book to occupy their minds-something that is of little use to those that are illiterate.