By Matthias Gebauer, John Goetz and Britta Sandberg

The military tribunals in Guantanamo were established to try America's enemies in the war on terror. But the treatment of prisoners and blatant disregard for the rule of law at Camp Delta undermined the system and damaged the country's reputation. The end is in sight for the military prison.

* Part 1: An American Nightmare Could Soon End
* Part 2: The Military Police Officer
* Part 3: The Investigator
* Part 4: The Military Prosecutor
* Part 5: The End of Guantamo

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