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Finally Free: ‘Guantánamo Diary’ Author Released After 14 Years Without Charge

Mohamedou Ould Slahi is rejoining his family in Mauritania. After unlawfully imprisoning our client Mohamedou Ould Slahi at Guantánamo for 14 years without charge or trial, the U.S. government has finally released him. He is now home in his native Mauritania. We are overjoyed for Mohamedou and his loving family, who have been anxiously awaiting his return for so many years.
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