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U.S. Frees Guantanamo Chaplain, Brings Sex Charges

The U.S. Army on Tuesday ordered the release of a Muslim chaplain who worked with terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay prison and who had been accused of mishandling classified documents. The Miami-based U.S. Southern Command said four new charges were being brought against Capt. James Yee, including for adultery, but none were related to espionage. Last month Yee, 35, who had ministered to prisoners being held at the Guantanamo Naval base on Cuba, was charged with two criminal counts as part of an espionage probe. The arrest of Yee and two others who worked at the Guantanamo facility spurred a probe into security gaps at the prison, with defense officials wanting to determine whether the prison had been infiltrated by al Qaeda. Full Story

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