At left, Army Sgt. 1st Class Vernon Branson at U.S. Navy base Guantánamo, posing with his iPod, from which he deleted music by Mos Def, at right, in a screen grab from his viral video portrayal of a prison camp forced feeding.
At left, Army Sgt. 1st Class Vernon Branson at U.S. Navy base Guantánamo, posing with his iPod, from which he deleted music by Mos Def, at right, in a screen grab from his viral video portrayal of a prison camp forced feeding. CAROL ROSENBERG MIAMI HERALD
At left, Army Sgt. 1st Class Vernon Branson at U.S. Navy base Guantánamo, posing with his iPod, from which he deleted music by Mos Def, at right, in a screen grab from his viral video portrayal of a prison camp forced feeding. CAROL ROSENBERG MIAMI HERALD

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