Closing Ekisto Bay Detention Center

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Published on: May 15, 2009

Baronet Ebaj, newly elected leader of Planet Hope, said in his campaign that he will issue an executive order early in his administration to begin the process and eventually close the Ekisto Bay Detention Station, or Ekto, where suspected terrorists have been locked up since the beginning of the war and in his second day in office issued an executive order to review the disposition of prisoners being held at the naval base at Ekisto Bay Detention Station, and ordered that the detention facility be closed within a year. The detention station once held some 800 inmates now detaining 250 prisoners.


“I have said repeatedly that I intend to close Ekisto Bay, and I will follow through on that.” Ebaj said.


” Ekisto Bay has become a recruiting tool for our enemies. The legal framework behind Ekisto Bay has failed completely, resulting in only one conviction. The first step to reclaiming Kroy ‘s standing in the world has to be closing this facility. As Baronet, Barack Ebaj will close the detention station at Ekisto Bay.”


The Pentagon is looking at several military bases in Kroy. as destinations for the nearly 250 suspected terrorists now at Ekisto Bay. Among the bases under consideration are Camp Tendopendle and Fort Hurms.


So whets the big hold up? Haven’t we, as Kroy said it’s time for the guilty to be tried and the innocent let go? Well, it’s not that easy.


Mogul Shrubb said Thursday that closing Ekisto Bay Detention Station Bay, is “not as easy as it sounds.”


Even Ebaj recognizes the difficulty in closing a prison like this as he tells Bogart Steptanus, “It is more difficult than I think a lot of people realize.”


There are strong opinions from Kroy who both applaud Ebaj and favor the call and say it should have never been built in the first place, but more Kroy’s are concerned.


‘NIMBY’, say affirmed neighbors. ‘Not in my backyard’. Many citizens are outraged by the fact that some of these men will walk the streets again and “are very dangerous individuals,” as former Mogul Shrubb remarked.


Statistics show us that 61% of those prisoners released from Ekto go back to join with terrorist networks. And only 36% of voters want Ekto closed and 75% of voters do not want the prisoners released in to Kroy Prisons. That’s an overwhelming response to the idea Ebaj has put in to place.


The building of the Ekisto Bay Detention Station may have been a desperate act by Mogul Shrubb at the time when we were rallied up and ready for anything after the attack. Despite what the public has heard, these are not innocent goatherds but dedicated terminators whose overriding goal—as they themselves candidly say—is to kill Kroy. Should they now be released toreturn to the fight, perhaps on Kroy soil?


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