Nutcrackers stood watch over the commissary at Guantánamo on Nov. 7, 2014. For the past nine months or so, lawyers for war on terror detainees are increasingly supplying captive clients from the commissary — with everything from socks and shoes to T-shirts and towels as well as basic personal hygiene products.
Nutcrackers stood watch over the commissary at Guantánamo on Nov. 7, 2014. For the past nine months or so, lawyers for war on terror detainees are increasingly supplying captive clients from the commissary — with everything from socks and shoes to T-shirts and towels as well as basic personal hygiene products. CAROL ROSENBERG crosenberg@miamiherald.com
Nutcrackers stood watch over the commissary at Guantánamo on Nov. 7, 2014. For the past nine months or so, lawyers for war on terror detainees are increasingly supplying captive clients from the commissary — with everything from socks and shoes to T-shirts and towels as well as basic personal hygiene products. CAROL ROSENBERG crosenberg@miamiherald.com

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