This June 30, 2004 photo, cleared for release by a Pentagon official, shows a cellblock at Camp 5, the steel and cement cell compound where up to 100 war-on-terror detainees live in single occupancy steel and cement cells. Camp 5 has its own mini-medical clinic and interrogation rooms, complete with salon style furniture and a shackle point on the floor.
This June 30, 2004 photo, cleared for release by a Pentagon official, shows a cellblock at Camp 5, the steel and cement cell compound where up to 100 war-on-terror detainees live in single occupancy steel and cement cells. Camp 5 has its own mini-medical clinic and interrogation rooms, complete with salon style furniture and a shackle point on the floor. ASSOCIATED PRESS
This June 30, 2004 photo, cleared for release by a Pentagon official, shows a cellblock at Camp 5, the steel and cement cell compound where up to 100 war-on-terror detainees live in single occupancy steel and cement cells. Camp 5 has its own mini-medical clinic and interrogation rooms, complete with salon style furniture and a shackle point on the floor. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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