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US Army chaplain held in spy probe

A Muslim chaplain in the US Army who counseled Al Qaeda detainees at Guantanamo Naval Base is being held on suspicion of espionage after customs agents discovered classified materials in his possession, military officials said yesterday. Captain James Yee, a 1990 graduate of West Point, reportedly was carrying documents detailing the layout of the base on the island of Cuba, and about the followers of Osama bin Laden and Taliban fighters who are being held there as “enemy combatants.” He is the first known US soldier to be detained in the US war on terror. US officials refused to publicly discuss the nature of the material Yee had with him, but speaking on condition of anonymity they indicated that Yee had classified documents. Full Story

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