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On Jan. 11, 2006, alleged al Qaeda propagandist Ali Hamza al Bahlul waved this sign _ declaring boycott in Arabic _ at the Pentagon's first effort to stage military trials at Guantánamo. It became part of the official record; since then three more detainees have declared plans to boycott the first U.S. war crimes tribunal since World War II.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE RECORDS

Source

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/breaking_dade/v-morephotos/story/495365.html

Date

January 11, 2006

Author

Ali Hamza Ahmed Suleiman Al Bahlul

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Non-free media use rationale for Ali al-Bahlul
Description

A protest sign held up by Ali Hamza Ahmed Suleiman Al Bahlul during a military commission hearing

Source

The Miami Herald credited "DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE RECORDS"

Article

Ali al-Bahlul

Portion used

entire

Low resolution?

yes

Purpose of use

to illustrate the article in question

Replaceable?

non-replaceable

Other information

I suspect that this image is really in the public domain, because: (1) by holding it up to the Press, during his hearing, he put it into the public domain; (2) Al Bahlul forfeited his rights by breaching the Commissions rules.

Non-free media use rationale for Boycott of Guantanamo Military Commissions
Description

A protest sign held up by Ali Hamza Ahmed Suleiman Al Bahlul during a military commission hearing

Source

The Miami Herald credited "DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE RECORDS"

Article

Boycott of Guantanamo Military Commissions

Portion used

entire

Low resolution?

yes

Purpose of use

to illustrate the article in question

Replaceable?

non-replaceable

Other information

I suspect that this image is really in the public domain, because: (1) by holding it up to the Press, during his hearing, he put it into the public domain; (2) Al Bahlul forfeited his rights by breaching the Commissions rules.

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