After Guantanamo | Charleston, S.C.

  • The U.S. Naval Consolidated Brig Charlestown, seen through moss-covered oaks near Remount Road outside Charleston, S.C., on March 19, 2009. JOHN VANBEEKUM / MIAMI HERALD

  • This is an undated photo of the U.S. Naval Consolidated Brig Charlestown, north of Charleston at Hanahan, S.C. COURTESY OF THE NAVY

  • Vietnam era and Desert storm veteran Frank Sally shows how close he lives to the Navy brig from his back yard in Hanahan, SC., on March 17, 2009. JOHN VANBEEKUM / MIAMI HERALD

  • Lillian Lawrence at home in Ladson, outside Charleston, S.C., with her Longhaired Dachshund puppies, on March 19, 2009 JOHN VANBEEKUM / MIAMI HERALD

  • Hanahan Police Lt. John C. Blackmon, left, and John Cribb, Hanahan city administrator, right, stand at one of the boundaries between their town and the Charleston Naval Weapons Station, in Hanahan, SC., on March 17, 2009 JOHN VANBEEKUM / MIAMI HERALD

  • Seated in his office, Mayor Michael J. Heitzler of Goose Creek, S.C., discusses the politics of transferring detainees from the US Navy base at Guantanamo, Bay, Cuba, to the Charleston brig on March 17, 2009. JOHN VANBEEKUM / MIAMI HERALD

  • A worker walks alongside a large water pipeline in Hanahan, S.C., on March 17, 2009. Some politicians have discussed cutting the water supply if detainees from the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo, Bay, Cuba, are transferred to the Charleston brig. JOHN VANBEEKUM / MIAMI HERALD

  • Attorney Andrew Savage and his wife Cheryl Savage, outside the federal courthouse in downtown Charleston, S.C., on Wednesday March 17, 2009 after a detention hearing for his client, Ali Saleh al Marri of Qatar, the last "enemy combatant" on U.S. soil. JOHN VANBEEKUM / MIAMI HERALD

  • Ali Saleh al Marri, 43, a Qatari, the last enemy combatant on U.S. soil, at the U.S. Navy brig outside Charleston, S.C., in January 2009. COURTESY ANDREW J. SAVAGE III

  • The U.S. Naval Consolidated Brig Charlestown, and its high-security prison compound on March 17, 2009. JOHN VANBEEKUM / MIAMI HERALD

  • In this undated image taken from U.S. government video, filed with the court in Miami by defense lawyers on Friday, Dec. 1, 2006, terrorism suspect Jose Padilla fitted with blacked-out goggles during his military detention at the brig north of Charleston, S.C. US GOVERNMENT / AP

  • Homeland Security officers transfer Jose Padilla, in the orange jumpsuit of an enemy combatant, was transferred from the Charleston, S.C., area brig to Miami for trial on Jan. 5, 2006. TIM CHAPMAN / MIAMI HERALD

  • A U.S. Marshall directs traffic as a white van returns Ali Saleh al Marri, from a March 17, 2009 detention hearing at the federal courthouse in downtown Charleston, S.C., to the U.S. Navy brig. JOHN VANBEEKUM / MIAMI HERALD

  • A golfer pushes her cart on March 17, 2009 beneath large, moss-covered oaks on the golf course at Yeaman Hall Country Club golf, which shares a boundary with the Charleston Naval Weapons Station, in Hanahan, S.C. JOHN VANBEEKUM / MIAMI HERALD

  • Sunset on Goose Creek near Rhett Road in Hanahan, S.C., on March 17, 2009. JOHN VANBEEKUM / MIAMI HERALD

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