Missouri’s U.S. Senators are deeply concerned over word that American servicemen at the Guantanamo Bay prison are suspected of spying. Two U.S. servicemen have been arrested and a third is being questioned in connection with suspected security violations. Senator Jim Talent says that while we’re only dealing with allegations at this stage, it should serve as a wake-up call to manyAmericans. Senator Christopher Bond says this shouldsound the alarm that stricter scrutiny is needed for anybody working in sensitive areas. An Air Force translator working with detainees at Guantanamo has been arrested and charged with spying for Syria, while an Army Muslim chaplain has been arrested, but not yet charged. A third military member is being questioned.
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