This single chair at a computer screens shows a detainee's eye view of the Military Commissions courtroom on Feb. 3, 2007.  This week, confessed Sudanese terror trainer Noor Uthman Mohammed, in his 40s, is having his sentencing hearing in that court.
This single chair at a computer screens shows a detainee's eye view of the Military Commissions courtroom on Feb. 3, 2007. This week, confessed Sudanese terror trainer Noor Uthman Mohammed, in his 40s, is having his sentencing hearing in that court. THE MIAMI HERALD
This single chair at a computer screens shows a detainee's eye view of the Military Commissions courtroom on Feb. 3, 2007. This week, confessed Sudanese terror trainer Noor Uthman Mohammed, in his 40s, is having his sentencing hearing in that court. THE MIAMI HERALD

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