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Military Drops Probe of Nurse Who Refused to Force-Feed Hunger Striking Gitmo Prisoners

HeadlineMay 14, 2015

The military has dropped punitive measures against a Guantánamo Bay nurse who last year became the first known prison official to refuse to force-feed hunger-striking detainees. The unidentified Navy medical officer faced potential disciplinary charges that could have led to a discharge and loss of benefits. But the Pentagon announced Wednesday it won’t take action.

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