US army slammed for letting Chinese officials into US prison

Lawmakers are chastising the Bush administration for allowing the Chinese government to interrogate Chinese Muslims being held at the US military prison at Guantanamo Bay. At a hearing Wednesday, members of the House of Representatives were told that US military interrogators helped prepare the detainees for questioning by Chinese agents. Reps. Bill Delahunt and Dana Rohrabacher say the detainees - members of an ethnic Chinese group called Uighurs - should be set free in the United States and compensated for any abuse they may have suffered while held at Guantanamo.