The view from the spectators gallery in the maximum security war court on May 8, 2008 when a series of glitches from power outages to frozen video feeds marred the arraignment of since convicted al Qaeda propagandist Ali Hamza al Bahlul of Yemen.
The view from the spectators gallery in the maximum security war court on May 8, 2008 when a series of glitches from power outages to frozen video feeds marred the arraignment of since convicted al Qaeda propagandist Ali Hamza al Bahlul of Yemen. POOL SKETCH ARTIST
The view from the spectators gallery in the maximum security war court on May 8, 2008 when a series of glitches from power outages to frozen video feeds marred the arraignment of since convicted al Qaeda propagandist Ali Hamza al Bahlul of Yemen. POOL SKETCH ARTIST

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