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A copy of an al-Qaida-linked magazine was delivered to the Guantanamo detention camp for suspected terrorists, a military prosecutor revealed on Wednesday during a courtroom discussion of mail security.
The camp commander, Rear Admiral David Woods, issued orders last month tightening the screening of mail sent by lawyers to their clients at the camp that holds 171 captives on the Guantanamo Bay U.S. naval base in Cuba.
In a pretrial hearing for suspected al-Qaida bomber Abd al Rahim al Nashiri at the Guantanamo war crimes court on Tuesday, Woods testified that the new rules were necessary to prevent contraband from entering the camp, but he gave no specifics.
Source: Reuters via MSNBC.
AFP - Getty Images, file A copy of an al-Qaida-linked magazine was delivered to the…
by Tactical-Life.com / Jan 23, 2012