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Guantanamo detainee Majid Khan pleads guilty, promises cooperation – Washington Post

According to a February 29, 2012 article in the Washington Post, Guantanamo Bay detainee Majid Khan has accepted a plea bargain with the U.S. government.  The agreement, which is the first for a high-value detainee, caps the maximum sentence at 19 years of incarceration, in exchange for providing testimony in future military tribunals.

According to the article, as part of his deal, Khan has agreed to waive any lawsuit against the U.S. and will remove Khan from Camp 7, a high security facility located at Guantanamo Bay.  A motion by the defense to seal the plea bargain was denied.

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