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I shocking security breach and gitmo and magazine -- linked to -- key dad with tips on how to kill Americans found in this cell.
The suspected terrorists how did this happen chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge is live in Washington not sure -- an explanation necessarily for this one -- -- the what's the back story here.
Apparently nobody does ten this we think it now we've got a series of motions.
That are being heard at the military court over the screening of mail and other communications.
Between the most dangerous detainees and their lawyers.
As a navy commander defended the new restrictions she blurted out apparently by accident.
That a copy of inspire magazine had been found within the detention camps in this inspire magazine first published online by al-Qaeda in Yemen in June of 2010.
Is a lifestyle magazine kind of the Martha Stewart Living for would be to hottest.
It's supposed to be part inspirational and part how to guide you providing recipes for building bombs with every day household items.
And according to court documents a copy of inspire magazines bomb making recipe was found in the motel room.
-- army private -- I'll do who was accused in July applauding a second massacre at Fort Hood in Texas.
So finding inspire magazine at gitmo shows it is getting traction beyond its target audience of American recruits.
I personally toured the gitmo library twice this video we have here is from the most recent trip in July 2010.
When we learned the most popular titles include Harry Potter Agatha Christie Sherlock Holmes.
And the twilight series about vampires and teen angst and the military police officer at that time who asked us not to show his face or use his name.
Explain to the reading material is that it thoroughly.
Oftentimes -- trying.
-- we -- or code for something that might be offensive but they also to -- finding no.
Phil black which is which is great -- From.
The ministry spokesman could not immediately explain how -- got into the camps and who exactly read it.
But it clearly raises questions about security for the remaining 171 detainees.
That are managed by a staff of 18150.
People guard's intelligence agents.
And -- so that's ten people for every detainee that's left their China that's -- trying to -- Catherine thank you to Iraq.
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