At left, Saeed Serem Jarabh, held as Detainee 235, cleared for transfer from Guantánamo. At right, “forever prisoner” Khalid Ahmed Qasim, held as Detainee 242, whose parole board decided this month had too extremist and and anti-American views for release. The photos are from the captives 2008 Guantánamo risk assessments provided to McClatchy Newspapers by the anti-secrecy WikiLeaks organization.
At left, Saeed Serem Jarabh, held as Detainee 235, cleared for transfer from Guantánamo. At right, “forever prisoner” Khalid Ahmed Qasim, held as Detainee 242, whose parole board decided this month had too extremist and and anti-American views for release. The photos are from the captives 2008 Guantánamo risk assessments provided to McClatchy Newspapers by the anti-secrecy WikiLeaks organization.
At left, Saeed Serem Jarabh, held as Detainee 235, cleared for transfer from Guantánamo. At right, “forever prisoner” Khalid Ahmed Qasim, held as Detainee 242, whose parole board decided this month had too extremist and and anti-American views for release. The photos are from the captives 2008 Guantánamo risk assessments provided to McClatchy Newspapers by the anti-secrecy WikiLeaks organization.

Guantánamo parole board clears another ‘forever prisoner’

March 18, 2015 05:38 PM

UPDATED March 18, 2015 06:34 PM

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