Murat Kurnaz

former Guantanamo detainee

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Former detainee at Guantánamo Bay and author of Five Years of My Life: An Innocent Man in Guantanamo

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The Bush Administration calls prisoners at Guantánamo Bay "the worst of the worst," but one of its own top officials says at least a third never belonged there.

Has Guantanamo Bay Been Holding the Wrong Men?

The Bush Administration calls prisoners at Guantánamo Bay "the worst of the worst," but one of its own top officials says at least a third never belonged there.

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