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General John Craddock, commander of US Southern Command, discussed the suicides Saturday in Miami.

Criticism of Guantanamo rises; Pentagon IDs 3 who killed selves

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / June 12, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- The suicides of three Guantanamo Bay prisoners placed more scrutiny on the Bush administration's detention policies yesterday as details emerged about the identities of the three men who killed themselves after being held without charges for four years. (Full article: 1137 words)

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