First Amendment attorney David Schulz, left, and American Civil Liberties Union lawyer Hina Shamsi, study court documents at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., outside Washington D.C. on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, awaiting a Defense Department contract flight to Guantanamo. They argue this week for transparency at the Pentagon's war court.
First Amendment attorney David Schulz, left, and American Civil Liberties Union lawyer Hina Shamsi, study court documents at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., outside Washington D.C. on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, awaiting a Defense Department contract flight to Guantanamo. They argue this week for transparency at the Pentagon's war court. MIAMI HERALD
First Amendment attorney David Schulz, left, and American Civil Liberties Union lawyer Hina Shamsi, study court documents at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., outside Washington D.C. on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, awaiting a Defense Department contract flight to Guantanamo. They argue this week for transparency at the Pentagon's war court. MIAMI HERALD

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