Hicks faces final round of questioning on terror links
David Hicks will undergo a final round of questioning by the US military about his association with al-Qaeda before he leaves Guantanamo Bay, possibly within the next fortnight.
His Australian lawyer, David McLeod, says Hicks will be asked to cooperate on a number of issues.
Mr McLeod expects the questions will be much the same for his client as on other occasions but he says it will hopefully be without any torture.
However Hicks, as part of his plea deal, has already said he was treated fairly while in US custody.
North America Correspondent Michael Rowland reports.