I posted once before about two captured jihadis from Tunis who regretted leaving U.S. custody in Guantanamo Bay to be returned to their home country. Today, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the appeal of yet another Gitmo prisoner, this one an Algerian, who prefers to stay in the U.S. prison. See the BBC story here: "An inmate of Guantanamo Bay who spends 22 hours each day in an isolation cell is fighting for the right to stay in the notorious internment camp."
Who knew Gitmo would be so popular? If this keeps up, maybe we should charge rent.