Doctor’s groups, such as the American Medical Association, have urged the U.S. military to end the practice of force-feeding detainees in Guantanamo who have engaged in a hunger strike. Force-feeding requires that doctors and nurses strap the detainee to a chair, gag the detainee’s mouth, and then insert a nasogastric tube. The insertion of a nasogastric tube is uncomfortable in the extreme, even for a willing patient. Detainees resisting tube insertion may gag, have trouble breathing, or vomit. A motion filed in federal court to end the practice was rejected by U.S. District Judge Rosemary M. Collyer. Judge Collyer stated that the Court did not have jurisdiction, and if it did she would still reject the complaint. She claims that the “real complaint” is that the U.S. Government refuses to allow the detainees to starve themselves to death.