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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Navy Cmdr
Baseball stadiums are some of the few places where Navy Cmdr. Steven Dundas feels safe, where his mind is not anxiously inching toward the past and latching onto memories of children with missing body parts and the stench of burning swamp fires.
On Tuesday, the accused mastermind of the USS Cole attack — Abd al-Rahim Hussayn Muhammad al-Nashiri — is set to appear at a military court hearing at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. For John and Gloria Clodfelter of Mechanicsville, Va., the hearing is just one step along the long road for closure.
His family and friends have tried to care for him, but he said he "would rather walk the streets homeless" than to be a burden on his loved ones.
The fear, he said, trumped their personal welfare.