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A US soldier walked along a Guantanamo corridor. Some of the inmates he guards are suspicious of delays in their cases.

Guantanamo detainees find fault with lawyers

Inmate frustration breeds mistrust

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / August 10, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Shackled to the floor in a tiny cell, a Guantanamo Bay detainee did something last week that was unimaginable when the Supreme Court declared a year ago that suspected terrorists at the military base have a right to challenge their imprisonment in federal court. (Full article: 1146 words)

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