Video: Sketching US military trials

Janet Hamlin, the courtroom artist at Guantanamo Bay, tells her story.

     

     
      Sketching the Guantanamo Bay tribunals  
     
    No cameras are allowed inside the military tribunals at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp, so the only images of the proceedings the public sees are the work of one person.
    Here, in her own words, is Janet Hamlin, the courtroom artist at Guantanamo Bay. 
     
     

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