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SECURITY GUANTANAMO
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August 24, 2004
Lt. Cmdr. Swift demonstrates how defendant Salim reacted when his headphones would not work at Guantanamo...
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
Lt. Cmdr. Swift demonstrates how defendant Salim reacted when his headphones would not work at ...
Lt. Cmdr. Swift demonstrates how defendant Salim reacted when his headphones would not work at Guantanamo Naval Base. Lt. Cmdr. Charles Swift demonstrates how defendant Salim Ahmed Hamdan reacted when his headphones would not work during his preliminary hearing at Guantanamo Naval Base, August 24, 2004 in Guantanamo, Cuba. The United States convened its first war crimes tribunal since World War Two on Tuesday and formally charged the Yemeni described as Osama bin Laden's driver with conspiracy to commit murder as a member of al Qaeda. Hamdan went before a controversial panel of five U.S. military officers for a pretrial hearing at Guantanamo Bay in southeastern Cuba, where he has been held for more than two years. The United States has charged four of the 585 al Qaeda or Taliban suspects at Guantanamo with conspiracy to commit war crimes, a charge that carries a maximum penalty of life in prison. REUTERS/Mark Wilson/POOL
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