Ammar al Baluchi, nephew of Khalid Sheik Mohammed and a self proclaimed Microsoft trained software engineer, posed in a similar fashion to his uncle, preparing for prayer ahead of Ramadan, in Camp 7, the secret detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, set aside for former CIA detainees. The image offers a rare look inside the prison camp run by a clandestine military team called Task Force Platinum.
Ammar al Baluchi, nephew of Khalid Sheik Mohammed and a self proclaimed Microsoft trained software engineer, posed in a similar fashion to his uncle, preparing for prayer ahead of Ramadan, in Camp 7, the secret detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, set aside for former CIA detainees. The image offers a rare look inside the prison camp run by a clandestine military team called Task Force Platinum.
Ammar al Baluchi, nephew of Khalid Sheik Mohammed and a self proclaimed Microsoft trained software engineer, posed in a similar fashion to his uncle, preparing for prayer ahead of Ramadan, in Camp 7, the secret detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, set aside for former CIA detainees. The image offers a rare look inside the prison camp run by a clandestine military team called Task Force Platinum.

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February 07, 2008 02:53 PM

UPDATED July 30, 2013 05:26 PM

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