'Fifty shades of Grey' hit amongst Guantanamo's Camp Seven hardcore Islamist detainees

Washington, July 30 (ANI): The high-value detainees of Guantanamo's Camp Seven reportedly prefer the highly erotic Fifty Shades of Grey series written by E.L James.

According to the Huffington Post, military officials gave a congressional delegation a tour of the secretive camp last week and Rep. Jim Moran said that rather than the Quran, the book requested most by the detainees is Fifty Shades of Grey and they have read the entire series in English.

The report said that officials would not say whether the high-value detainees enjoyed the erotic books. Although, Guantanamo has a detainee library including DVDs and books, but sexual content is typically screened.

Moran, who advocates for closing the facility had last visited Guantanamo in 2006 and said that things seemed much more organized on this trip as the facilities look fairly clean and the team was able to see the communal living.

The report added Moran saying that Obama administration could be doing more to try to close Guantanamo and he doesn't expect upcoming elections will make it more difficult on the congressional side adding that President Obama has the bully pulpit necessary to convince Americans of the need to close Guantanamo. (ANI)


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