In January 2007, Charles “Cully” Stimson gave an early morning interview on a local talk radio station in Washington, D.C. Stimson was Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Detainee Affairs, and his subject was Guantánamo. After a few innocuous questions and answers, and a dig at Amnesty International, Stimson abruptly changed the subject. “I think the news story that you're really going to start seeing in the next couple of weeks is this.” He continued...

 

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