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reuters ivestigative reporter david rode with the exclusive story a complait has bee a problem i , people are both civilias ad i , trials there all seve had come dow with , they're about two hudred people ad their lawyers prosecutors , traslators ad other court officials have bee goig back ad forth ad livig i toroto , for weeks ad moths at a time whe the trial goes o i their suspicio that there was yet fuel dump arm i this oe area where all these court workers live ad work ad that's why they might be gettig , there have bee o ew cacer cases recorded amog detaiees were held i a differet part of the forty five square mile facility but the developmets have brought a reewed focus o a futile effort to close the priso so if there's a cacer classroom , fourtee , uh tryig to carry out trials uder george w. bush but that really has't worked out legally to obama tryig to close it , close o the preset ad movemet it does't prisoers i the uited states but republicas i cogress are adamatly opposed to that so looks like more deadlock ad these prisoers roughly a hudred ad fifty i them , will cotiue to be stuck there whe you've bee there for over a decade