The story says:
"Just 15 of the 520 detainees at Guantanamo Bay have been designated for such trials and only four have been charged."
"The rest face indefinite detention, and the Bush administration refuses to grant any of the detainees prisoner-of-war status, a decision that has fueled international criticism of the United States." (emphasis added)
Instead of just criticizing the US, why don’t the countries that claim we are holding their citizens in prison talk to our State Department about it? That would be the US response if a country had imprisoned one of our citizens. Could it be they are not doing that because they don’t want to admit that these people are their citizens, or is it because these terrorists have alienated their own governments too?