The city council of Hardin, Mont., voted 5-0 Tuesday to "fully support" the move to bring hundreds of terror suspects currently housed at the Guantanamo detention facilities in Cuba to their newly built jail. Since its completion in 2007, the Two Rivers Detention Center hasnâ€™t been successful finding prisoners to send there. The city has hosted visits from several state prison officials and sent out marketing packages to all 50 states. Attempts to land contracts with Montana's Department of Corrections and the state's federal bureau of prisons also have failed. And now the $27 million loan from revenue bonds that paid for construction of the jail is in default, the Billings Gazette reports. Newsmax.com - Will Montana Jail Be The Next Gitmo?