This Pentagon handout photo dated July 13, 2004 shows a Guantánamo captive listening to an unidentified person read a notice of his coming Combatant Status Review Tribunal. The Pentagon also said it notified all 594 captives at the prison that they could use the U.S. courts to contest their detention as well as challenge their status as “enemy combatants” before a military panel. A 2005 Pentagon document, released to the Miami Herald in December 2015, said the U.S. spent $1,080,952.54 on the so-called CSRT program in 2004 and budgeted $4,167,920 for 2005.
This Pentagon handout photo dated July 13, 2004 shows a Guantánamo captive listening to an unidentified person read a notice of his coming Combatant Status Review Tribunal. The Pentagon also said it notified all 594 captives at the prison that they could use the U.S. courts to contest their detention as well as challenge their status as “enemy combatants” before a military panel. A 2005 Pentagon document, released to the Miami Herald in December 2015, said the U.S. spent $1,080,952.54 on the so-called CSRT program in 2004 and budgeted $4,167,920 for 2005. RANDALL DAMM AFP
This Pentagon handout photo dated July 13, 2004 shows a Guantánamo captive listening to an unidentified person read a notice of his coming Combatant Status Review Tribunal. The Pentagon also said it notified all 594 captives at the prison that they could use the U.S. courts to contest their detention as well as challenge their status as “enemy combatants” before a military panel. A 2005 Pentagon document, released to the Miami Herald in December 2015, said the U.S. spent $1,080,952.54 on the so-called CSRT program in 2004 and budgeted $4,167,920 for 2005. RANDALL DAMM AFP

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