At left, the original censor’s redaction of a page in the transcript of a public war court hearing in the Sept. 11 case at Guantánamo on Oct. 30, 2015. Security officials reviewed their classifications of certain information and considered the questions still state secrets but not the replies, notably “That is correct.”
At left, the original censor’s redaction of a page in the transcript of a public war court hearing in the Sept. 11 case at Guantánamo on Oct. 30, 2015. Security officials reviewed their classifications of certain information and considered the questions still state secrets but not the replies, notably “That is correct.” Miami Herald
At left, the original censor’s redaction of a page in the transcript of a public war court hearing in the Sept. 11 case at Guantánamo on Oct. 30, 2015. Security officials reviewed their classifications of certain information and considered the questions still state secrets but not the replies, notably “That is correct.” Miami Herald

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