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Bad Lieutenant: American Police Brutality, Exported From Chicago To Guantánamo

02/20/2015 01:30 pm ET | Updated Feb 20, 2015
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When the Chicago detective Richard Zuley arrived at Guantánamo Bay late in 2002, US military commanders touted him as the hero they had been looking for.

Here was a Navy reserve lieutenant who had spent the last 25 years as a distinguished detective on the mean streets of Chicago, closing case after case – often due to his knack for getting confessions.

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