The Commander That Manages US Naval Base Prison At Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Has Been Fired

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Rear Admiral John Ring was relieved of his duties on Saturday. The subcommander of the center, Brigadier General of the Army John Hussey, was appointed as acting commander

The commander of the detachment that manages the prison at the US naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has been fired for a “loss of confidence in his command capacity.”

Rear Admiral John Ring was relieved of his duties on Saturday, according to a statement from the US Southern Command. The subcommander of the center, Brigadier General of the Army John Hussey, was appointed as acting commander.

The commander of the Southern Command, Admiral Craig Faller, relieved Ring. The change of leadership “will not interrupt the detention and legal, humane, safe care provided to the detainees at GTMO,” the statement said.

Some 40 prisoners are held in the place. The center managed to retain 700 people in mid-2003.

The Commander That Manages US Naval Base Prison At Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Has Been Fired

 

Source: Infobae