Another embarassing revelation is headed to Team Bush this week as a former Guantanamo guard, who took his 20 year retirement a few months ago, prepa
October 2, 2004
Another embarassing revelation is headed to Team Bush this week as a former Guantanamo guard, who took his 20 year retirement a few months ago, prepares to release a report showing that the detentions and interrogations at Guantanamo failed to prevent a single terror attack:

Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Christino, who retired last June after 20 years in military intelligence, says that President George W Bush and US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld have 'wildly exaggerated' their intelligence value.

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