Judge Gladys Kessler called the government's arguments "repetitive, speculative and extremely vague."
It was the latest move in a protracted legal battle for their release.
Hassan's story offers a glimpse into the lives of dozens of men who say they've been accidentally ensnared in the war against Al-Qaeda.
The Israeli government says prisoners' hunger strikes are being used to "harm" and "threaten" the country.
The government must release eight videotapes depicting the force-feeding of Abu Wa'el Dhiab.
The Navy decided not to discharge the man, who will be reassigned to a new position in New England.
Pentagon could change policy that punished medical personnel for objecting to the procedure.
Obama administration to appeal district court's decision to release tapes.
The United Nations Committee Against Torture questioned U.S. representatives on issues ranging from force-feedings at Guantanamo to police brutality in Ferguson.