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Topic - Periodic Review Board
A handful of Guantanamo Bay inmates with shady terrorist-tied pasts — and who were labeled 'forever prisoners' because of their threat levels — have now been placed on release lists, claiming yoga and aspirations to operate a "milk and honey farm" have turned them into peaceful, productive citizens.
A Guantanamo detainee portrayed by his U.S. jailers as almost certainly a former al-Qaida member pleaded through his lawyer Tuesday to be freed from the Navy-run prison in Cuba, where he has been held without charges for 12 years.