When we finally get to see the Camp 4 recreation area, it's deserted: the detainees are all inside watching the game. We're standing in one of the guard towers and have a view of the whole place but the only sign of life is the laundry hanging all around the camp - white and brown cotton uniforms that most of the men wear. What, no orange jumpsuits? Stupidly, I'm a bit disappointed. It's like going to Amsterdam and hearing that no one rides a bike anymore. These days, the orange suits are only for detainees on discipline in some of the higher security camps.
Camp 5 is the maximum security facility at Camp Delta. Delta comprises camps 1- 6 as well as the detainee library and hospital. "When I say maximum security, it is the ability for the detainees to follow the Camp Delta rules. It has nothing to do with the allegations or the reasons why they're here at Guantanamo Bay," the IOC tells us. The only detainees who are housed according to what they are alleged to have done before they got here are those at Camp 7. Camp 7 is where they keep the "detainees of high value" but that's about all anyone will say about it. The number of men there and even its location on the base are classified.