April 17, 2024

Bound to Celebrate the Holidays

The Excentric World investigative team takes a look at the holiday season celebrations around the globe. While conducting a series of interviews with some military high muck-a-muck at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, regarding prisoner participation during Christmas, this photo was captured. Terrorists and other detainees were subjected to caroling and wassailing, tree trimming, kissing under the mistletoe and taking turns portraying the baby Jesus during the prison Nativity Play.

Taking the place of ox and ass were flamingo and iguana, native to naval base interrogation facility. Since the U.S. Justice Department advised that the Guantanamo Bay detention camp could be considered outside U.S. legal jurisdiction, it was not considered torture that this detainee could be placed in a straight jacket.

In fact, an unnamed source told Excentric staff members that it was for his own protection, as he was prone to nail biting and spitting them at other prisoners. To show he was not left out of the season’s jovial festivities, he was allowed to attend the Christmas Pageant and became an ornament.

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