What a terror suspect complains about at Gitmo

First the obligatory "I have been tortured" line, which the New York Times never points out is a strategy that Islamist extremist have been tought by their terror masterminds. Then his real complaints are aired.
Mr. Khan repeatedly demanded a lawyer. He complained about the conditions at Guantánamo - at one point deriding the detention camp for its flat basketballs and scolding officials for their "cheap branded, unscented deodorant soap."

First the obligatory "I have been tortured" line, which the New York Times never points out is a strategy that Islamist extremist have been tought by their terror masterminds. Then his real complaints are aired.
Mr. Khan repeatedly demanded a lawyer. He complained about the conditions at Guantánamo - at one point deriding the detention camp for its flat basketballs and scolding officials for their "cheap branded, unscented deodorant soap."