Majority of detainees remaining at Guantanamo have never been charged with a crime

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ex-Bush official willing to testify Bush, Cheney knew prisoners were innocent

Lawrence Wilkerson
"[I] made a personal choice to come forward and discuss the abuses that occurred because knowledge that I served in an Administration that tortured and abused those it detained at the facilities at Guantánamo Bay and elsewhere and indefinitely detained the innocent for political reasons has marked a low point in my professional career and I wish to make the record clear on what occurred." - Col. Lawrence Wilkerson 

sworn declaration here, filed in support of a complaint drafted on behalf of Adel Hassan Hamad (see entry below) 

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