In a site adjacent to Omar Khadr's hearing, the Pentagon is building a $12 million tent city at the site of a once proposed $125 million or more military compound for staging war crimes trials at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. The new plan follows instructions from Defense Secretary Robert Gates to develop an "expeditionary" approach soon after he replaced former Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
In a site adjacent to Omar Khadr's hearing, the Pentagon is building a $12 million tent city at the site of a once proposed $125 million or more military compound for staging war crimes trials at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. The new plan follows instructions from Defense Secretary Robert Gates to develop an "expeditionary" approach soon after he replaced former Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
In a site adjacent to Omar Khadr's hearing, the Pentagon is building a $12 million tent city at the site of a once proposed $125 million or more military compound for staging war crimes trials at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. The new plan follows instructions from Defense Secretary Robert Gates to develop an "expeditionary" approach soon after he replaced former Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

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