Politics & Government

February 9, 2011

Guantanamo detainee gets 2-year sentence in Pentagon deal

A former al Qaeda cook who pleaded guilty to war crimes at Guantánamo could go home to Sudan in the summer of 2012, under a secret deal just approved by a senior Pentagon official and made public Wednesday by the Defense Department. Ibrahim al Qosi, 50, is the first Guantánamo captive to reach a war court settlement during the Obama administration.

Related content

Comments

Videos

Politics & Government Videos