Guantánamo Jan. 11, 2002

  • In this handout photo from the Department of Defense, Taliban and al-Qaida detainees in orange jumpsuits sit in a holding area at Camp X-Ray at Navy Base Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, during in-processing to the temporary detention facility on Jan. 11, 2002. SHANE T. MCCOY / US NAVY PETTY OFFICER

  • Released: Australian David Hicks, shown in this Nov. 18, 2008 photo released by Getup. He was among the first 20 prisoners brought to the U.S. Navy base detention center on Jan. 11, 2002,and got out in exchange for a war court guilty plea he is now appealing as coerced. JARRA McGRATH / ASSOCIATED PRESS

  • Released: At left, Ibrahim Idris in his Guantánamo prison camp file, provided to McClatchy by WikiLeaks. At right, Idris on the phone in Khartoum, Sudan, in an AP photo taken Dec. 19, 2013, shortly after his release from a decade of detention. He was among the first 20 prisoners brought to the U.S. Navy base detention center on Jan. 11, 2002.

  • These four men, shown in Guantanamo file photos given to McClatchy by WikiLeaks, arrived at the prison on Jan. 11, 2002 and were identified by the Justice Department as having received forced-feedings at the height of the 2013 prison camp hunger strike. They are from top left, Samir Moqbel, who described his ordeal April 14 as a New York Times op-ed page contributor, Moqbel and Abdel Malik Abdel Wahab al Rahabi, both Yemenis. Bottom left is Mohammed Ganem, also a Yemeni and at his right is Saudi Abdul Rahman Shalabi who even before the 2013 protest was identified in reports as the longest-running hunger striker, having been largely tube fed since 2005.

  • Still Held: Mullah Mohammed Fazl, a Taliban, was among the first 20 prisoners brought to the U.S. Navy base detention center on Jan. 11, 2002. He is shown here in a Guantánamo military photo provided to McClatchy Newspapers by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks.

  • Still Held: Mullah Norullah Noori, a Taliban, was among the first 20 prisoners brought to the U.S. Navy base detention center on Jan. 11, 2002. He is shown here in a Guantánamo military photo provided to McClatchy Newspapers by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks.

  • Still Held: Abdul Haq Wasiq, a Taliban, was among the first 20 prisoners brought to the U.S. Navy base detention center on Jan. 11, 2002. He is shown here in a Guantánamo military photo provided to McClatchy Newspapers by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks.

  • Still Held: Yemeni Ali Hamza al Bahlul, convicted in 2008 of war crimes as Osama bin Laden’s media secretary, was among the first 20 prisoners brought to the U.S. Navy base detention center on Jan. 11, 2002. He is shown here in a Guantánamo military photo provided to McClatchy Newspapers by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks.

  • Still Held: Yemeni Ali Ahmad al Rahizi was among the first 20 prisoners brought to the U.S. Navy base detention center on Jan. 11, 2002. He is shown here in a Guantánamo military photo provided to McClatchy Newspapers by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks.

  • Army PFC Jodi Smith, a soldier with the Military Police, stands perimeter watch while the first 20 detainees undergo in-processing at Camp X-Ray, at the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, on Jan. 11, 2002. Nine of those first prisoners have been released. SHANE T. MCCOY / US NAVY PETTY OFFICER

  • Released: Feroz Abassi, brought to Guantánamo on Jan. 11, 2002, released in January 2005, in an interview from the oral history project Witness to Guantánamo. Courtesy Witness to Guantánamo.

  • Marine Corps. Brig. Gen. Michael Lehnert, far right, listens to U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld answer questions from the media during a brief press conference Jan. 27, 2002 after touring Camp X-Ray. On that day the U.S. held 158 detainees from Afghanistan at the U.S. Navy Base at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. PETER MUHLY / AFP

  • U.S. marine Brig. Gen. Michael Lehnert leaves his razor wire ringed headquarters at the U.S. Navy Base, at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2002. ( TOMAS VAN HOUTRYVE / ASSOCIATED PRESS

  • Then-Marine Brig. Gen. Michael Lehnert is walking behind then Defense Secretary Rumsfeld Donald Rumsfeld in this Pentagon photo from Camp X-Ray on Jan. 27, 2002. At Rumsfeld’s left is Navy Capt. Al Shimkus.