In late September, the US military declared the hunger strikes at Guantánamo Bay over. "At its peak," writes Charlie Savage in The New York Times, "106 of the 166 prisoners ... were listed as participants" in the strike. That number has now dropped to 19, they say, and they're all being given "the appropriate level of care." What exactly does that mean? You can get an idea from this animated video created by The Guardian. In 6 minutes, you'll get introduced to the world of people who have spent years in prison. They've never been charged with a crime nor given access to the legal system. Despite being cleared for release, many remain stuck in limbo year after year. When they lose hope and go on hunger strike, they have tubes and food crammed down their noses. Poignant as it may be, the colorful animation may dull your reaction to what's actually happening in Guantánamo. Perhaps it's better to look at these color photos to fully appreciate the Kafkaesque system the government has put in place.