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Guantánamo Prisoners Getting Their Day, but Hardly in Court

Each day, several shackled detainees are marched by their military guards into a double-wide trailer behind the prison camp’s fences and razor wire to argue before three anonymous military officers that they do not belong here. One, a 27-year-old Yemeni, spent more than an hour on Saturday telling a panel that he was not a member of Al Qaeda or a sympathizer, saying that he had never fought against the United States and should never have been detained here at Guantánamo as an unlawful enemy combatant.Full Story

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