Things have never been pretty in the prison camp in Guantanamo Bay, but this spring has been especially ugly. The problems have been in "Camp-6"³ where the cooperative prisoners are kept, many of whom have been cleared for release.
A hunger strike to protest searches began in February and has steadily grown. On April 13, guards stormed Camp 6 when prisoners refused to return to their cells from a common area.
A number of prisoners resisted and four non-lethal rounds were fired by guards.
Anchor Aaron Schachter talks to Carol Rosenberg, a correspondent for the Miami Herald, who was allowed to see the camp where the action took place.