The accused Sept. 11 conspirators unfurled their prayer rugs during scheduled prayer breaks at their May 5, 2012 arraignment at the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo. They are, from left, Mustafa al Hawsawi, Ammar al Baluchi, Ramzi bin al Shibh, Walid Bin Attash and Khalid Sheik Mohammad, shown in this sketch reviewed and approved for release by a U.S. military security official at the base.
The accused Sept. 11 conspirators unfurled their prayer rugs during scheduled prayer breaks at their May 5, 2012 arraignment at the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo. They are, from left, Mustafa al Hawsawi, Ammar al Baluchi, Ramzi bin al Shibh, Walid Bin Attash and Khalid Sheik Mohammad, shown in this sketch reviewed and approved for release by a U.S. military security official at the base. Janet Hamlin Illustration JANET HAMLIN/SKETCH ARTIST
The accused Sept. 11 conspirators unfurled their prayer rugs during scheduled prayer breaks at their May 5, 2012 arraignment at the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo. They are, from left, Mustafa al Hawsawi, Ammar al Baluchi, Ramzi bin al Shibh, Walid Bin Attash and Khalid Sheik Mohammad, shown in this sketch reviewed and approved for release by a U.S. military security official at the base. Janet Hamlin Illustration JANET HAMLIN/SKETCH ARTIST

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