Tent barracks at Camp Justice, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Beth O’Hara Owen, a Stanislaus County deputy DA, was among the nongovernmental observers there in September for pretrial motions in the 9/11 terrorist trials.
Tent barracks at Camp Justice, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Beth O’Hara Owen, a Stanislaus County deputy DA, was among the nongovernmental observers there in September for pretrial motions in the 9/11 terrorist trials. Courtesy of Beth O’Hara Owen
Tent barracks at Camp Justice, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Beth O’Hara Owen, a Stanislaus County deputy DA, was among the nongovernmental observers there in September for pretrial motions in the 9/11 terrorist trials. Courtesy of Beth O’Hara Owen

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