Military planners are considering housing Haitian refugees at "Camp Justice," the guest quarters for media, U.S. officials and military commissioners at Guantanamo Bay detention facility, after a devastating earthquake in Haiti Tuesday afternoon left thousands homeless. "It's a resource that's available if we need to take advantage of it for various reasons," Gen. Douglas Fraser, head of the U.S. Southern Command, told reporters Wednesday. "We're looking across the region to just understand what the possibilities are there." Two senior Defense Department officials told Fox News on Wednesday that no final determination has been made since the military is still in its "assessment" mode, but it is a possibility. "We are certainly keeping that option open," one official said. FOXNews.com - U.S. Considers Housing Haitian Refugees at Guantanamo Bay Guantanamo Bay isn't fit for terrorists,, and they are going to put refugees there? That's just pure stupid.