At left, Muhammed Zahrani, once a forever prisoner, now approved for release. At right, Muhammed Shimrani, who remains a forever prison, in U.S. military photos provided to McClatchy Newspapers with prisoner profiles by WikiLeaks.
At left, Muhammed Zahrani, once a forever prisoner, now approved for release. At right, Muhammed Shimrani, who remains a forever prison, in U.S. military photos provided to McClatchy Newspapers with prisoner profiles by WikiLeaks. Defense Department
At left, Muhammed Zahrani, once a forever prisoner, now approved for release. At right, Muhammed Shimrani, who remains a forever prison, in U.S. military photos provided to McClatchy Newspapers with prisoner profiles by WikiLeaks. Defense Department

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