Pakistan has agreed to accept him as he is a citizen, so there is that, at least.Being released by the U.S. regime doesnt end the toture. It also gives him a stigma.
To the islamophobes he will be forever a confirmed terrorist suspect even if never found guilty.
To countries the U.S. regime is hostile towards he will instead be a considerable risk, due to the U.S. history of brainwashing, blackmailing and converting these U.S. internment camp inmates to work and actually commit terorrism for the U.S. released only to wreak havoc for the U.S. regime.
It ain't perfect, but it is quite good overall.America's judiciary system ain't good
As a war criminal, he did get what he was owed for due process, fair and square.16 years in jail and not charged with a crime, this is human rights violation
Just because they are most powerful, USA is doing things according to its wishes
How come you're so light on the imprisonment of someone for 16 years, what if they do it to u?It ain't perfect, but it is quite good overall.
As a war criminal, he did get what he was owed for due process, fair and square.
Instead of chastising US,we should think about the fact that thousands of Pakistanis were betrayed by none other than they paid taxes for safety.