charges dropped: in just about any judicial realm, that's a victory

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At Guantanamo, it means that Fayiz al-Kandari faces indefinite detention. Worse, since the government plans no prosecution, it sees no reason to continue providing counsel.

What worries the prisoner's attorney most is acceptance of this situation as "the new norm."

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