In attempting to assemble proper case files in order to sort out the question of what to do with each accused terrorism suspect at the Guantanamo detention facility, the incoming US government has been stymied by a new enemy: disorganization.
The Obama Administration has found that few of the accused has a comprehensive case file built against him, and that information on each prisoner is "scattered through the executive branch". No one department was charged with keeping complete files.
Reports reveal interdepartmental dysfunction and secrecy under Bush so rife that the CIA had to be persuaded to reveal the least bit of information when required. Interdepartmental finger pointing about this situation has now begun.