An FBI agent testified at Guantánamo on Monday, March 13, 2017, that she bagged and tagged this collection of charred debris, including wires and metal pieces, collected off the USS Cole on Oct. 16, 2000 — four days after the devestating al-Qaida suicide bombing that killed 17 U.S. sailors. This photo was attached to a legal motion seeking pre-admission of capital trial evidence before a jury is seated in the USS Cole bombing case.
An FBI agent testified at Guantánamo on Monday, March 13, 2017, that she bagged and tagged this collection of charred debris, including wires and metal pieces, collected off the USS Cole on Oct. 16, 2000 — four days after the devestating al-Qaida suicide bombing that killed 17 U.S. sailors. This photo was attached to a legal motion seeking pre-admission of capital trial evidence before a jury is seated in the USS Cole bombing case. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
An FBI agent testified at Guantánamo on Monday, March 13, 2017, that she bagged and tagged this collection of charred debris, including wires and metal pieces, collected off the USS Cole on Oct. 16, 2000 — four days after the devestating al-Qaida suicide bombing that killed 17 U.S. sailors. This photo was attached to a legal motion seeking pre-admission of capital trial evidence before a jury is seated in the USS Cole bombing case. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

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