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The U.S. military is closing a Guantanamo Bay high-security facility to cut costs and reduce its troop presence in the military prison, resulting in the relocation of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed and other detainees to the main facility.
The Pentagon made the announcement Sunday about the military prison, at a U.S. Naval base in Cuba.
Maj. Gregory J. McElwain, a spokesman for the U.S. Southern Command, said the closure-consolidation was a “fiscally responsible decision.”