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Two new suspects emerge in Guantanamo Bay probe

The probe into alleged spying by U.S. troops assigned to a high-security camp in Cuba that houses al-Qaeda and Taliban prisoners now includes two new suspects, Pentagon and FBI officials said Thursday. Navy and Air Force investigators are closely watching a Navy cook and an airman who once were assigned to Camp Delta at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. Neither has been detained or charged, military officials said, but their activities raised suspicion among investigators in the wake of the recent arrests of a senior airman and an Army chaplain who had contact with detainees at the camp. Pentagon officials would not elaborate on the new suspects. The officials said they did not want to compromise ongoing surveillance of the pair, who have not been arrested or charged. The Defense Department this week acknowledged serious breaches of security at Camp Delta, which houses about 660 suspected terrorists or al-Qaeda sympathizers. Full Story

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