An unprecedented look inside the notorious Guantanamo Bay prison, used to house alleged terrorists in the wake of 9/11.
Photographs are not allowed to be taken at the prison but artist Janet Hamlin was permitted to work as a courtroom sketch artist during the trials. This book is both a collection of her most potent and revealing work drawn during this period as well as a chronicle of her experience at Guantanamo.
Features nearly 150 sketches and an introduction by awardwinning journalist Carol Rosenberg.
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