Well, this is disturbing. Apparently there are Children at Camp X-Ray.
I mean, while it isn't the hell that some people portray it as, one of the the primary raisons d'etre for it is interrogation, and it has been shown in the past that the U.S. is not above the use of torture (or allowing others to use torture and then benefiting from the results).
The thought that a U.S. army corporal could be interrogating a child as I write this sends shivers down my spine. Not just for what it means, but what the reaction will be if anybody in the Arab world finds out. Like, for example, if they watch ABC.