Defense lawyers were allowed for the first time into a section of the prison at Guantanamo Bay so restricted that even its location on the US base is secret. The pair of military attorneys for an alleged Sept. 11 plotter went to Camp 7 to gauge the effects of the prison-within-a-prison on a man so unstable he believes his bed shakes.
Both lawyers said they were barred from revealing what they saw on the "helpful" 90-minute tour. After being driven there in the same closed van used for prisoners to conceal the route, they viewed client Ramzi Binalshibh's cell, medical facilities, and a room where detainees can watch movies. Prisoners there have been visited by Red Cross workers before.