Four Guantanamo Bay detainees have been released and resettled in Bermuda, U.S. officials said Thursday.
The four are part of a group of 17 Chinese Muslims who have been in legal limbo at the military detention center in Cuba.
Abdul Nasser, one of the four detainees who landed in Bermuda early Thursday morning, issued a statement through his lawyers, saying: ''Growing up under communism we always dreamed of living in peace and working in free society like this one. Today you have let freedom ring.''
Why four and not all of them? And is the plan still to resettle the rest in Palau? No clue yet. However, somebody should probably tell Ed Morissey to scratch Bermuda off the list of future vacation spots.