Gitmo Interrogations Low-Yield, Says New Book

In excerpts published Sunday from a new book due out October 7, former senior Pentagon intelligence officer Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Christino, a 20-year military veteran, says that the holding and interrogation of hundreds of terror suspects under harsh physical and dubious legal conditions at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has failed to stop a single terrorist attack and, contrary to "wildly exaggerated" claims of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and other senior DOD officials, has yielded little information of value.

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