Gitmo. How to Fix It

Our report on Guantánamo Bay prompted readers to voice their concerns about the dubious nature of prison-based intelligence and the damage the prison does to the U.S.'s image abroad

The reports about the treatment of suspected terrorists at Guantánamo Bay are deeply disturbing [July 10]. The practice of restraining a person in a padded chair in order to force-feed him via a nasogastric tube is revolting. As a doctor, I am shocked that our government would abuse someone in such a way; as a Muslim, I am frightened that presumed religious fundamentalists have been so psychologically and physically...

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