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Guantanamo Diaries, Part 2: Meeting the Families

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Guantanamo Diaries, Part 2: Meeting the Families

Guantanamo Diaries, Part 2: Meeting the Families

Guantanamo Diaries, Part 2: Meeting the Families

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Attorneys Douglas Cox and Sarah Haven travel to Yemen, where the families of their clients tell their side of the story — adding texture and details to a still-partial picture of where the detainees came from, and why they are held as "enemy combatants."

One detainee's mother says her tears "are like heavy rain" ever since her son's capture.

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