President Obama Bears Unique Responsibility for Prisoner's Suffering

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Long-term hunger striker Tariq Ba Odah, held at Guantanamo Bay for more than 13 years, has never been charged with a crime. Medical experts find the prisoner "gravely malnourished and in danger of catastrophic physical and neurological impairment and even death." President Obama must prevent what would be the first forced-feeding death at America's most notorious prison camp -- release Ba Odah today.

"Ba Odah's suffering is as unnecessary as it is unforgivable," writes Center for Constitutional Rights attorney Omar Farah.

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