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No Convictions Among Guantanamo Suspects Sent Home

Three years after the United States opened its prison for terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay, 65 detainees have been handed over to their home countries but none has been convicted of any crime.About one-third of the 65 detainees whom the Pentagon sent to other governments have been released and the rest are awaiting trial or still in detention without charge. Lawyers, officials and judicial sources in 10 countries where terrorism suspects were sent by the United States from its military prison in Guantanamo, Cuba, said they knew of no convictions yet among those transferred, although several trials are pending in countries such as Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.Full Story

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