A female guard escorts a belly-chained detainee from his annual Administrative Review Board hearing in Camp Delta at the U.S. Navy base, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba on Dec. 6, 2006 in a photo approved for release at the time by the U.S. military.
A female guard escorts a belly-chained detainee from his annual Administrative Review Board hearing in Camp Delta at the U.S. Navy base, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba on Dec. 6, 2006 in a photo approved for release at the time by the U.S. military. BRENNAN LINSLEY ASSOCIATED PRESS
A female guard escorts a belly-chained detainee from his annual Administrative Review Board hearing in Camp Delta at the U.S. Navy base, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba on Dec. 6, 2006 in a photo approved for release at the time by the U.S. military. BRENNAN LINSLEY ASSOCIATED PRESS

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