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May 3, 2010 3:17 PM

Medic at Guantanamo hearing says Khadr chained to door

A former U.S. Army combat medic testified Monday that he once found Canadian teen captive Omar Khadr with his hands chained above eye level to the door of a five-foot-square cage. It was the first testimony by a government witness supporting Khadr's claims that he was abused while in U.S. custody.

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