The Guantanamo bay detention camp was set up in 2002 during the leadership of George Bush. This detention camp was established to accommodate detainees from the terrorists’ war in Afghanistan and Iraq. This was following the Sept 11th attack at ground zero; where thousands of Americans lost their lives. The Sept 11th attack was the lowest moment for the US and left an unforgettable mark. Based on this situation, George Bush had the quest of fighting back the Al Qaeda which was perceived as potential threat to the US and the world population in general. The military attack initiated by the US forces to Afghanistan and Iraq in fight of the Al Qaeda and Taliban was very severe and led to strong criticism to the Bush administration. The Guantamano bay is located in Cuba and consists of three camps. These include: camp Delta, camp X-Ray and the camp Inguan. Out of the three camps, the camp X-Ray has been closed but the others are still operational. Despite the objectives for the establishments of the camps, many legal issues have raised up regarding the operations of the camps.