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by Chris Bodenner
One of the Army veterans I know in Leavenworth says he's opposed to the detainee transfer, in part, because the mere presence of foreign enemies conjures up bad memories from his tour in Iraq.  Working there as an MP, he dealt with many dangerous prisoners, and just wants to leave the whole experience behind him. For him, Leavenworth is a place of solace.

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