A U.S. Navy nurse stands next to a chair with restraints, used for forced-feeding, and a tray displaying nutritional shakes, a tube for feeding through the nose, and lubricants, including a jar of olive oil, during a tour of the detainee hospital at the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo Bay, in Cuba on Nov. 20, 2013.
A U.S. Navy nurse stands next to a chair with restraints, used for forced-feeding, and a tray displaying nutritional shakes, a tube for feeding through the nose, and lubricants, including a jar of olive oil, during a tour of the detainee hospital at the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo Bay, in Cuba on Nov. 20, 2013. ASSSOCIATED PRESS
A U.S. Navy nurse stands next to a chair with restraints, used for forced-feeding, and a tray displaying nutritional shakes, a tube for feeding through the nose, and lubricants, including a jar of olive oil, during a tour of the detainee hospital at the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo Bay, in Cuba on Nov. 20, 2013. ASSSOCIATED PRESS

Navy nurse who refused to force-feed still working at Guantánamo

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