Attorney Discusses Uighur Brothers Detained at Guantanamo
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Attorney Discusses Uighur Brothers Detained at Guantanamo

Elizabeth Gilson, a lawyer who represents two Uighur brothers who have been held at Guantanmo Bay since 2002, talks about why Bahtiyar Mahnut is willing to stay at the prison, perhaps indefinitely, because he refuses to abandon his brother Arkin. Palau has agreed to take only Bahtiyar Mahnut. (Del Quentin Wilber/The Washington Post)

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