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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
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.
Baker told Mahony at a retreat in 1986 that he had molested two young boys, but the cardinal has said he didn't alert anyone because the
"The detainees have their own rank structure inside — who's in charge, who's not — and it's no different from any other prison in the United States," he said.