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A young Guantanamo detainee appears likely to be sent home after a federal judge concluded he'd been held illegally and ordered him released after almost seven years.

"After this horrible, long, tortured history, I hope the government will succeed in getting him back home," U.S. District Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle told Justice Department lawyers during a court hearing. "Enough has been imposed on this young man to date."

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Comment by Found Zero
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Check the comments on the McClatchy site. The neoclown knuckledragger mentailty remains alive and well.

Comment by Lola Flores
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 And when he gets to Afghanistan, the rebels will get a hold of him, throw him in a cave and torture the living crap out of him because, to them, he'll be an American spy.  Man, it must really suck to be Arab!

Comment by Charzhome S.
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I hope Judge Ellen  has also ordered up the a decent sum of money for him, formerly called "compensation."  He deserves a  lot more than just our  'hopes.' 

What disgusting arrogance.....

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