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Spy Investigation Widens to Include a Navy Sailor

Military authorities investigating possible security lapses at the prisoner camp at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, have widened their inquiry to at least a third member of the armed services, Pentagon officials said today. The third person, an enlisted Navy sailor, is under scrutiny but has not been arrested, two senior defense officials said. The officials did not identify the sailor or his job at Guantánamo Bay, a detention center for captured militants and suspected terrorists. The arrests of an Army chaplain and an Air Force interpreter, both of whom worked at the camp and are being investigated for possible espionage and ties to Syria, have jolted officials in Washington and at Guantánamo, which houses 660 prisoners from 40 countries. Full Story

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