Secret photos of first Guantanamo Bay detainees arriving in shackles

On January 11, 2002, the military banned photogs who were on site from CNN and the Miami Herald from taking any pictures. Instead, a Naval photographer sent out a photo of the first 20 prisoners on their knees at Camp X-Ray, an early prison mini-camp.About 780 men and boys were brought to Gitmo under President George W. Bush, who referred to the prisoners as ‘the worst of the worst.’ However, only 18 people detained at the prison were ever charged and only five of them have ever been convicted.