In how to treat informants, one more quandry for U.S.
Informants Sawah and Slahi live in a compound inside Camp Echo just a few hundred feet from two high-security detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
SOURCE: Combatant Status Review Board transcripts, summary of evidence for Administrative Review Board, charge sheets, Guantanamo Bay; Senate Armed Services Committee report on treatment of detainees | March 25, 2010
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