National Security

February 10, 2010 3:38 PM

Bin Laden's ex-driver Hamdan sends news from Yemen

The news that Salim Hamdan, who successfully challenged George W. Bush's military trial scheme for Guantanamo detainees before the U.S. Supreme Court, had a son last month comes as concern rises about the release of his fellow Yemenis from the Guantanamo detention camp. His lawyers point out that Hamdan, back at home in Yemen for more than a year, is a role model for a successful reentry into society.

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