Article | February 10, 2014 | Joshua Partlow | Washington Post
TUCSON — Eight men in clothes dirtied by their desert journey rise from their seats and approach the bench.
They wear no belts or shoelaces. They are chained around the waist, shackled by their ankles, cuffed at the wrists. They pad across the gray carpet under the recessed lighting in the William D. Browning Special Proceedings Courtroom. Read more >