(Maybe we can keep GITMO open for just one prisoner.)
Good idea.. like Spandau Prison where Rudolf Hess spent the last four decades of his life. AND make sure Cheney gets no more than Hess got as "amenities."
Inside the fence was a 28-yard ''dead space'' in which even guards were forbidden to walk at will. Access to the prison was through a guardhouse, which itself formed part of a 15-foot inner brick wall, and the Spartan cells for the seven inmates were on a single floor, in the building behind the wall. A Severe RegimenSpandau Prison: Hess's Lonely DungeonMaybe someday we'll read about "Cheney's Lonely Dungeon," and "Bush's Lonely Dungeon."
There also were two small yards that served as the prisoners' access to the light of day.
Glaring lights and an eerie silence, broken occasionally by birdsong or a plane's drone overhead, prevailed. The rules, at first Draconian, were relaxed slightly over Soviet protests in the 1950's to maintain the prisoners' health and sanity.
Even so, the regimen remained severe, with letters or visits few and far between, sparse and strictly limited reading matter, and no talk permitted among prisoners, or between them and the guards, except under special circumstances.