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Inside the Cellblock Where War Criminals Stay at Guantanamo Bay

In an article published in the Miami Herald entitled, Inside the Cellblock Where War Criminals Stay at Guantanamo Bay, Carol Rosenberg goes inside Camp 5 at Guantanamo where four convicted war criminals — Ali Hamza al Bahlul, Ibrahim al Qosi, Omar Khadr, and Noor Uthman Mohammed — are being held.

According to the report, “Each man spends 12 or more hours a day locked behind a steel door inside a 12-by-8-foot cell equipped with a bed, a sink and a toilet." “They get up to eight hours off the cellblock in an open-air recreation yard, a huge cage surrounded by chain-linked fencing….TV time is spent alone, each man shackled by an ankle to the floor of an interrogation room, always under the watch of a special guard force.”

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