Sahib Rohullah Wakil, 49, said he was arrested in 2002 as he left an American base he asked to visit to help be a bridge between them and his tribesmen. For six years, he was detainee 798 Guantanamo Bay before his release in 2008. Since then, this tribal elder has become a promient government advocate. But earlier this year, the Pentagon calls his a suspected terrorist.
Sahib Rohullah Wakil, 49, said he was arrested in 2002 as he left an American base he asked to visit to help be a bridge between them and his tribesmen. For six years, he was detainee 798 Guantanamo Bay before his release in 2008. Since then, this tribal elder has become a promient government advocate. But earlier this year, the Pentagon calls his a suspected terrorist. Nancy Youssef / MCT
Sahib Rohullah Wakil, 49, said he was arrested in 2002 as he left an American base he asked to visit to help be a bridge between them and his tribesmen. For six years, he was detainee 798 Guantanamo Bay before his release in 2008. Since then, this tribal elder has become a promient government advocate. But earlier this year, the Pentagon calls his a suspected terrorist. Nancy Youssef / MCT

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