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'What Happened at Guantanamo?'

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'What Happened at Guantanamo?'

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Early in 2007, the Bush administration began to release hundreds of detainees from Guantanamo Bay. McClatchy Newspapers realized, that by tracking down those released, there was an opportunity to find out who these men were, what happened, and how it changed them. McClatchy foreign editor Roy Gutman and European correspondent Matthew Schofield discuss how they got that story.