The American Civil Liberties Union recently sent numerous Freedom of Information Act requests regarding the prison at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan and was appalled by the government's response. Its resistance to disclosing any information regarding the prison, which is shrouded in mystery and rumors of abuse, makes ABC News' Jake Tapper ask: "Will Bagram be Obama's Guantanamo Bay?" The ACLU reports that the roughly 600 people held there have even less rights than ones held at Gitmo. "We know nothing about them, we don’t know who they are or how long they’ve been there. They don’t have any access to counsel, or access to courts," an ACLU attorney said. Rumors abound that prisoners captured outside of Afghanistan are transferred to Bagram. Using a "just trust us" rationale reminiscent of the previous administration, government spokesmen have said that detainees at Bagram are treated within the laws of war, but that very little information regarding the prison can be released.