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June 15, 2008 10:22 AM

Many at Guantanamo had low-level or no terrorism ties

An eight-month McClatchy investigation in 11 countries on three continents has found that Mohammed Akhtiar was one of dozens and perhaps hundreds of men whom the U.S. has wrongfully imprisoned in Afghanistan, Cuba and elsewhere on the basis of flimsy or fabricated evidence, old personal scores or bounty payments.

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