Obama's "disappearance" program: the nightmare continues for one of his victims

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000744.jpgForcibly returned to Algeria in 2010, former Guantanamo 
prisoner Abdul Aziz Naji has been sentenced to three years 
in prison. 

Charges were based on unsubstantiated accusations the US 
administration made against him in 2002. But the cruel 
outcome of this case rests squarely on the shoulders of the 

photo c/o The New York Times "Guantanamo Docket"

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