On Tuesday, April 16, 2013, the 65 or so captives were under lockdown in individual cells, and guards had surveillance on each one, as illustrated here where a prisoner can be seen clad in the white uniform of a compliant captive going through his "basic issue," as the military called it -- sheets, blanket, mat -- as the lone prisoner on his tier. The man spent time arranging and rearranging the little pile of belongings -- no Quran was visible -- and then could be seen pacing back and forth in his cell. This photo was approved for release by the U.S. military at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
On Tuesday, April 16, 2013, the 65 or so captives were under lockdown in individual cells, and guards had surveillance on each one, as illustrated here where a prisoner can be seen clad in the white uniform of a compliant captive going through his "basic issue," as the military called it -- sheets, blanket, mat -- as the lone prisoner on his tier. The man spent time arranging and rearranging the little pile of belongings -- no Quran was visible -- and then could be seen pacing back and forth in his cell. This photo was approved for release by the U.S. military at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. THE MIAMI HERALD
On Tuesday, April 16, 2013, the 65 or so captives were under lockdown in individual cells, and guards had surveillance on each one, as illustrated here where a prisoner can be seen clad in the white uniform of a compliant captive going through his "basic issue," as the military called it -- sheets, blanket, mat -- as the lone prisoner on his tier. The man spent time arranging and rearranging the little pile of belongings -- no Quran was visible -- and then could be seen pacing back and forth in his cell. This photo was approved for release by the U.S. military at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. THE MIAMI HERALD

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