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Interrogation is ‘optional,’ Guantanamo chief says

Guantanamo prisoners are no longer forced to undergo interrogation, including 14 “high-value” prisoners who include the accused mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, the detention camp commander said. The interrogation of foreign captives who may have information about terrorist activity has been one of the chief reasons given by the U.S. government for holding — without charge or the right of appeal — suspected al Qaeda and Taliban prisoners at the Guantanamo base in Cuba since 2002. Full Story

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