In response to the story on the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling of Guantánamo, our readers questioned the morality, legality and effectiveness of the highly controversial detainment camp

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...

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