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Guantanamo Bay

over 2 years ago

If you've seen Bad Boys 2 then you've seen Gitmo. We all know the Bad Boys 2 is a dank movie, but what we don't know is how the United States has had a military base in Cuba for so long. Then there is all of the disinformation regarding the purpose of that base. Strider's not an ace detective nor a super skilled snorkeler, but he dives into the covert current of Guantanamo Bay nonetheless.

Sources: Wikipedia.org, Imdb.com, Travel.state.gov, History.com, Washingtopost.com A Guantanmo Timeline, Nytimes.com The Guantanmo Docket, Smithsonian Magazine. “Hemingway’s Cube, Cuba’s Hemingway” by Valarie Hemingway, Goodreads.com, americaslibrary.gov

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