Despair and Confusion at Guantanamo
As review of Friday's 5,000 pages of DOD released documents on Guantanamo detainees are analyzed, pictures begin to emerge. Many are in despair, fearful they will never leave.
Abdur Sayed Rahman, a self-described Pakistani villager ... says he was arrested at his modest home in January 2002, flown off to Afghanistan and later accused of being the deputy foreign minister of that country's deposed Taliban regime.
"I am only a chicken farmer in Pakistan," he protested to American military officers at GuantÃ¡namo. "My name is Abdur Sayed Rahman. Abdur Zahid Rahman was the deputy foreign minister of the Taliban."
How flimsy is the evidence against some of them? Consider this:
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