Yemeni Languishes at Guantanamo Long After U.S. Approved Release

June 13, 2007 at 5:41 pm Leave a comment

The word came in May 2006: Ali Mohammed Nasser Mohammed, a slight, 24-year-old Yemeni with curly black hair and a wispy beard, would be freed from Guantanamo after more than four years. He got a checkup. His photo was taken, as were his fingerprints. He was measured for clothes and shoes, then offered a meeting with the Red Cross.

Channel: Do No Evil Tags: Guantanamo mistaken identity bureaucracy oversight Mohammed Nasser Mohammed

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