Guantanamo Bay: A U.S. Army Chaplain’s Struggle for Justice - UCTV - University of California Television
Guantanamo Bay: A U.S. Army Chaplain’s Struggle for Justice
Premiere Date: 7/23/2007; 88 minutes


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Chaplain James J. Yee, a former U.S. Army Chaplain and graduate of West Point served as the Muslim Chaplain for the U.S. prison camp in Guantanamo Bay. Captain Yee was arrested and imprisoned in a naval brig before being cleared of espionage. Chaplain Yee talks about his experiences and treatment of prisoners at Guatanamo Bay. (#12997)

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