Oybek Jabbarov, born Feb. 1, 1974, in Uzbekistan is shown at Camp Delta at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, posing for an International Committee of the Red Cross delegate in a photo of a photograph sent to his Boston attorney, Michael Mone Jr. Note thumb in lower left corner. Jabbarov is wearing an orange uniform of the non-compliant captive, signalling that he wasn't following the rules even at a time when he was cleared for release and awaiting transfer. Since then, he was released to Ireland for resettlement, and has been joined by his family.
Oybek Jabbarov, born Feb. 1, 1974, in Uzbekistan is shown at Camp Delta at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, posing for an International Committee of the Red Cross delegate in a photo of a photograph sent to his Boston attorney, Michael Mone Jr. Note thumb in lower left corner. Jabbarov is wearing an orange uniform of the non-compliant captive, signalling that he wasn't following the rules even at a time when he was cleared for release and awaiting transfer. Since then, he was released to Ireland for resettlement, and has been joined by his family. International Committee of the Red Cross
Oybek Jabbarov, born Feb. 1, 1974, in Uzbekistan is shown at Camp Delta at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, posing for an International Committee of the Red Cross delegate in a photo of a photograph sent to his Boston attorney, Michael Mone Jr. Note thumb in lower left corner. Jabbarov is wearing an orange uniform of the non-compliant captive, signalling that he wasn't following the rules even at a time when he was cleared for release and awaiting transfer. Since then, he was released to Ireland for resettlement, and has been joined by his family. International Committee of the Red Cross

Emptying Guantánamo camps, one deal at a time

August 01, 2009 1:00 AM

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Carol Rosenberg reports on Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, the place, policy, people, war court.