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Topic - Michael Baker
Eternal vigilance is the price of being a guard at this U.S. military detention center, where some of its 166 detainees from the war on terrorism believe they are "still in the fight."
Police arrested a mother after she reportedly told officers she didn't want her children any longer.
Michael Baker because he didn't know the victims' identities and because Father Baker told him the abuse happened outside the parish.
Army Sgt. Maj. Michael Baker, who looks after the guards' health and morale, said some detainees believe they are "still in the fight" and work to undermine or overthrow their guards.