In a bid to illustrate the absurdity of knee-jerk secrecy at Guantanamo, a Navy defense lawyer on Tuesday invoked none other than Miami Heat superstar LeBron James. In June, an Afghan captive sent his lawyer a note: "LeBron James is very bad man. He shuld apologise to the city of Cleveland," it said. Because the author, Muhammed Rahim, was previously held by the CIA, it was treated as classified, Navy Lt. Cmdr. Kevin Bogucki told the war court judge in the Sept. 11 capital murder trial. It took about two months for his public defender, Carlos Warner, to receive it as safe for the public to see. MIAMI HERALD