What's next for the 232 Gitmo detainees after the Cuba prison is closed down? Let's hope a straighter path than Abdallah Saleh al-Ajmi, a Taliban foot soldier who orchestrated a deadly attack on an Iraqi army base just two years after his release. Dismissed as a low-level security threat by the US government, the seemingly harmless Ajmi masterminded an explosive strike that killed 13 and wounded 42 outside Mosul last year. The Washington Post explores whether Ajmi's treatment at Guantanamo contributed to his turn to terrorism and what it could mean for handling other detainees.
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