A Syrian prisoner, Mohammed al-Tumani, 19, who was arrested in Pakistan, flatly denied to his [GuantÃ¡namo] Combatant Status Review Tribunal that he’d attended the jihadist training camp that the tribunal record said he did. Tumani’s denial was bolstered by his American “personal representative,” one of the U.S. military officers [who] found that just one man … had placed Tumani at the terrorist training camp. And he had placed Tumani there three months before the teenager had even entered Afghanistan. The curious U.S. officer pulled the classified file of the accuser, saw that he had accused 60 men, and, suddenly skeptical, pulled the files of every detainee the accuser had placed at the one training camp. None of the men had been in Afghanistan at the time the accuser said he saw them at the camp. The tribunal declared Tumani an enemy combatant anyway.