"That man over there, he speaks Spanish," said a soldier, pointing to a nearby Afghan.
That man, Taj Mohammed, wore a traditional thick, dark beard, but he also wore a fairly hip pair of dark sunglasses and smiled broadly while speaking a mix of English and Spanish.
"Guess where he learned to speak it?" the soldier asked, not waiting for an answer. "Guantanamo."
For Americans haunted by reports of Gitmo detainees being released only to resume their terror tactics, Mohammed offers the rare...Full Story