Inside Guantanamo Bay Prison 149 inmates from 21 countries trapped here in legal limbo for up to 13 years.
More than half of them have been cleared for release.
Yet they remain locked up with no immediate prospect of freedom – making them prisoners without hope.
One of those men is Shaker Aamer, 45, a Saudi with the right to live in the UK because he married a Brit.
The 45-year-old father of four was seized in Afghanistan in 2002 while working for an Islamic charity.
Five years later he was cleared for release because there was no evidence to back up claims he was a leading light in Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda.
But Aamer is convinced he’ll never walk free because he wants to be sent back to Britain and the US want him to be handed over to Saudi Arabia – where his supporters warn he will face abuse and detention. (x)