MRI machine heading to Guantanamo Bay turns up in Georgia

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In order to help treat an aging detainee population being held at the Guantanamo Bay Navy Base in Cuba, the detention center ordered a $1.65 million mobile MRI in 2012. The problem? The scanner never made it to its destination.

Instead, the mobile MRI was installed at an army medical center in Augusta, Ga. The Miami Herald looks into why the switch was made and what it means for the detention center at the link below: