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Reuters photographer says reborn after freed by U.S.

• Reuters
The U.S. military freed a Reuters photographer in Iraq on Wednesday, almost a year and a half after snatching him from his home in the middle of the night and holding him without charge.

The U.S. military never has said exactly why its forces detained Ibrahim Jassam Mohammed -- who worked for Reuters as a freelance TV cameraman and photographer -- and locked him away for so long, saying the evidence against him was classified.

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Comment by Anonymous
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>> The U.S. military........saying the evidence against him was classified. 

A most common excuse given by tyrants and dictators. 

Do you wonder when this sort of thing will come to America?  It's already here!

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