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Official Charged With Closing Guantánamo Quits
Gregory B. Craig, the White House counsel in charge of detainee policy for Mr. Obama, also announced his resignation this month.
The Defense Department official in charge of closing the military prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, has resigned after only seven months in the job, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
Phillip Carter, who was named deputy assistant secretary of defense for detainee policy in April, resigned last Friday because of “personal issues,” a Pentagon official said. Read more.