RealNews

Guantanamo Bay Chaplain Had 'Suspicious' Notes

A Muslim Army chaplain who worked with terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay prison and originally held by the U.S. government as part of an espionage probe, appeared at a military hearing on Monday to face charges of mishandling government documents. Yee, 35, was arrested in September and charged with allegedly taking classified papers without security locks out of the Guantanamo base, where the United States is keeping about 660 men it suspects to be terrorists. But on Nov. 25 the U.S. Army ordered his release and, in addition to charging him with mishandling government documents, brought four new changes, including committing adultery and storing pornography on a government computer, all of which are punishable under military law but none are related to spying. After Yee’s arrest in September media reports had quoted defense officials as suggesting he may have been part of a major espionage plot at Guantanamo. Full Story

OODA Analyst

OODA Analyst

OODA is comprised of a unique team of international experts capable of providing advanced intelligence and analysis, strategy and planning support, risk and threat management, training, decision support, crisis response, and security services to global corporations and governments.