In this courtroom sketch,  defendant Salim Hamdan attends his trial inside the war crimes courthouse at Camp Justice, the legal complex  at  Guantánamo, Cuba, in July. Hamdan, the former driver for Osama bin Laden, became the first prisoner convicted at a contested trial at the first U.S. war-crimes tribunals since World War II.
In this courtroom sketch, defendant Salim Hamdan attends his trial inside the war crimes courthouse at Camp Justice, the legal complex at Guantánamo, Cuba, in July. Hamdan, the former driver for Osama bin Laden, became the first prisoner convicted at a contested trial at the first U.S. war-crimes tribunals since World War II.
In this courtroom sketch, defendant Salim Hamdan attends his trial inside the war crimes courthouse at Camp Justice, the legal complex at Guantánamo, Cuba, in July. Hamdan, the former driver for Osama bin Laden, became the first prisoner convicted at a contested trial at the first U.S. war-crimes tribunals since World War II.

Detainee remains in limbo

November 23, 2008 06:22 PM

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