Accused al Qaeda propagandist Ali Hamza al Bahlul waves a boycott sign at his May  7, 2008 arraignment on war crimes charges at Camp Justice, the military commissions complex, at the U.S. Navy base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, as shown in a courtroom sketch submitted to U.S. military scrutiny before release. At his right is a Pentagon paid translator.
Accused al Qaeda propagandist Ali Hamza al Bahlul waves a boycott sign at his May 7, 2008 arraignment on war crimes charges at Camp Justice, the military commissions complex, at the U.S. Navy base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, as shown in a courtroom sketch submitted to U.S. military scrutiny before release. At his right is a Pentagon paid translator. POOL SKETCH ARTIST
Accused al Qaeda propagandist Ali Hamza al Bahlul waves a boycott sign at his May 7, 2008 arraignment on war crimes charges at Camp Justice, the military commissions complex, at the U.S. Navy base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, as shown in a courtroom sketch submitted to U.S. military scrutiny before release. At his right is a Pentagon paid translator. POOL SKETCH ARTIST

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