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Detention Controversy Photograph by Robb Kendrick
One of 550 suspected terrorists held at Guantanamo talks to a fellow detainee through a grate in a cell door. His white clothing indicates that he has cooperated with interrogators. Those who are less compliant wear orange prison uniforms, have little opportunity to socialize, and are segregated in a separate facility. The U.S. government says that since interrogations began here in early 2002, detainees have provided information vital to national security. Internal FBI memos support allegations by released detainees of a range of abuses tantamount to torture. Most detainees have been held for more than three years without a trial.
Photo Fast Facts
Camera: Canon EOS-1DS Film Type: Digital camera Lens: 24-70mm Speed and F-Stop: Unrecorded
Weather Conditions: Sunny Time of Day: Unrecorded Lighting Techniques: Available light