Some readers responded to our story by pointing out that American forces treat suspected terrorists better than they ought to expect. Others were alarmed by the U.S. government's lack of respect for human rights

"Inside The Interrogation Of Detainee 063" [June 20] showed the prison camp at the U.S. naval station at Guantnamo Bay to be a prime example of the hypocrisy that shrouds the U.S. By indefinitely detaining "enemy combatants" without availing them of legal defense, we show the world that the lives of non-Americans are unimportant to us. That is not a great way...

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