Hunger Strikes in Guantanamo Bay Intensifying

            In protest of being held for over a decade without trial or charges, prisoners at Guantanamo Bay have been holding a hunger strike–one prisoner is down to 77 pounds.  

To stop the upheavel, the prison policy has been to force-feed inmates by strapping them down and inserting a feeding tube through their nostrils.  In light of this peculiar situation it can be asked, should these prisoners of a war without geographic or temporal limit be given a trial, or at the least, charges?