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Guantanamo case

A reprimand, no apology for chaplain

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / March 23, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Army Captain James "Yousef" Yee asked for an apology but received a reprimand yesterday, as the strange legal saga of the Muslim chaplain once suspected of the grand crime of spying at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp reached a whimper of a conclusion over sex offenses. (Full Article: 659 Words)

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