An online database of information on the approximately 780 persons detained at the Guantánamo Bay Detention Camp. Classified in various ways (Still held: Recommended for transfer, Detained indefinitely, Charged, or Convicted; No longer held: Died in custody, Died after transfer, or Transferred), the entries constitute a biographical dictionary of sorts, but may not remain reliably viewable without a paid subscription
. Still works-in-progress, "some [entries] . . . trace [even] what became of the men -- books they wrote, art they made and, in a few instances, post-release designations as global terrorists or information sought through the State Department's Rewards for Justice program." And all (?) link to relevant documents and closely related coverage by the New York Times.
"After some discussion, we still prominently display each man's Detainee Internment Serial Number, for a singular reason: Their names change throughout the U.S. intelligence documents -- sometimes because of faulty intelligence, at others because of cultural ignorance -- even as their numbers remained the same" (Carol Rosenberg, "An Updated Tool for Tracking Gitmo," The New York Times, Evening edition (East coast), 15 June 2021, A2
). Offers also a Political timeline, a graph of Countries of origin and transfer, and a brief account of Evaluation processes.