Last week the Guantanamo prison in Cuba completed six years of existence.
Ramzy Baroud (www.ramzybaroud.net), author and editor of PalestineChronicle.com, in an article on the notorious prison, notes that in the beginning prisoners were held in open air cages, with nothing but a mat and a bucket for a toilet.
Not many probably know that the cages were built by carpenters who were airlifted to Cuba from Kerala.
Baroud says Guantanamo is a mere extension of a long list of untold violations practiced by the Bush administration. His article is at countercurrents.org site.