At left, Army Col. James L. Pohl, the war court judge in the Sept. 11 mass murder case. At right, Air Force Col. Vance Spath, the judge in the USS Cole death penalty case. Both judges abated the proceedings over a prison decision to deny them fastboat service across Guantánamo Bay
At left, Army Col. James L. Pohl, the war court judge in the Sept. 11 mass murder case. At right, Air Force Col. Vance Spath, the judge in the USS Cole death penalty case. Both judges abated the proceedings over a prison decision to deny them fastboat service across Guantánamo Bay AP/AIRFORCE
At left, Army Col. James L. Pohl, the war court judge in the Sept. 11 mass murder case. At right, Air Force Col. Vance Spath, the judge in the USS Cole death penalty case. Both judges abated the proceedings over a prison decision to deny them fastboat service across Guantánamo Bay AP/AIRFORCE

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July 07, 2017 07:19 PM

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