At left, Saudi-born Abd al Rahim al Nashiri in a passport photo taken before his October 2002 capture in the United Arab Emirates. At left, his appearance at the Guantanamo war court on Nov. 9, 2011 as drawn by sketch artist Janet Hamlin.
At left, Saudi-born Abd al Rahim al Nashiri in a passport photo taken before his October 2002 capture in the United Arab Emirates. At left, his appearance at the Guantanamo war court on Nov. 9, 2011 as drawn by sketch artist Janet Hamlin. McClatchy Newspapers
At left, Saudi-born Abd al Rahim al Nashiri in a passport photo taken before his October 2002 capture in the United Arab Emirates. At left, his appearance at the Guantanamo war court on Nov. 9, 2011 as drawn by sketch artist Janet Hamlin. McClatchy Newspapers

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