On the Base: Fear of Spying

ENEMIES WITHIN?

Did jihadists penetrate the Guantanamo prison facilities that the U.S. military uses to house suspected terrorists? It seemed to be a possibility when U.S. officials leveled charges this fall against a Muslim Army chaplain and two base interpreters. But the notion that U.S. personnel were working for the enemy took a knock last week when the cleric, Captain James Yee, was freed from pretrial detention in a naval brig to work in the chaplain's office at Fort Benning, Ga. Yee still faces charges that he improperly took classified material from the prison, but suspicions that he might be a spy seem...

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