Back in 1980 when Robert Garwood was freed from his captivity in Vietnam and arrived at Camp Lejune he was tried for treason. A year long trial ensued where psychiatrists and former prisoners testified to his actions and state of mind. I was hired by CNN to do courtroom sketches every day to be used in telling the story of his experience as seen through the eyes of his detractors. He was ultimately convicted and deprived of his military benefits, I believe falsely, but by military code. These are my drawings from that trial.