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Google Glass experiment at Camp Justice Day 1

I'm at Guantanamo covering a week of pretrial hearings ahead of the Sept. 11 terror trial. I turned on GoogleGlass inside my tent this morning, to document my sunrise commute. It's a short walk -- past tent showers and toilets, then the court compound to the hangar housing the crude press center.

I  made video clips along the way but couldn't do a tight enough shot. Glass' video captured some forbidden portions of the war court's Expeditionary Legal Complex, including a slice of a no-show tent behind barbed wire with an abandoned cell and also a corner of a fence covered in green netting.

Censored!

I will try again tomorrow.

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