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Terrorism police may question returning Britons

Anti-terrorist police are investigating the five British men due to be released from Guantanamo Bay, but could not say if they would be questioned or arrested on their return to Britain. Lawyers said that prosecution of offences allegedly committed outside Britain would be difficult, and evidence collected while the men were in Camp Delta could be inadmissible if the UK courts ruled their detention unlawful. Peter Clarke, national coordinator for terrorism based at Scotland Yard, said: “We are fully aware of the intense public interest and debate that their detention has created. “However, we have a responsibility to all communities to investigate suspected terrorist activity, which includes all the circumstances which led to the men’s detention.” British police and security agencies have been studying all nine British detainees’ cases for some time, as the belief grew they were to be sent back. Full Story

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