‘CULTURALLY APPROPRIATE’ FUN FOR CAMPERS

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18-year-old Saudi camper of Chadian descent who was just shy of his 15th birthday when he was
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Guantánamo, hanged by his wrists for hours at a time and that an interrogator pressed a burning
cigarette into his arm.” No word, though, on whether he likes the href="http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/static/in_depth/americas/2002/inside_camp_xray/meals.stm
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he’s served three times a day.

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