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Sweden says freed Guantanamo captive was not bomber in Bulgaria

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Carol Rosenberg
McClatchy Newspapers
July 21, 2012

GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba — Sweden’s security services denied that a Swedish man released from the prison camp here in 2004 was responsible for a suicide bombing of a busload of Israeli tourists at a Bulgarian port city.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has blamed Iran for the suicide attack Wednesday at the airport in the Black Sea coast holiday spot of Burgas, Bulgaria, that killed at least seven people.

But Israeli media quoted Bulgarian news reports as identifying the bomber as 33-year-old Stockholm-born Mehdi Ghezali, who according to leaked Guantanamo documents was sent back to his homeland eight years ago. According to a prison-camp risk assessment provided to McClatchy Newspapers by WikiLeaks, Ghezali was transferred just weeks after the assessment recommended his repatriation to further detention in Sweden.

In Stockholm, spokesmen for both the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the national security services agency said separately that Ghezali had been ruled out as the bomber.

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