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Profile of 10 U.S.-bound Gitmo detainees


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Profile of 10 U.S.-bound Gitmo detainees

By Kathryn Lynch-Morin
Bay City Times

STANDISH, Mich. — Meet the prospective neighbors: They come from Afghanistan, Tanzania, Yemen and Libya, and most face a variety of war crimes charges.

And if the federal government decides, they'll move from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to a prison in Standish.

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