Jeanne of Body and Soul has an update on the upcoming hearing for James Yee, the Islamic chaplain to the prisoners at Camp Delta. Initially arrested on suspicion of espionage, he has never been formally charged with anything. The military lacked evidence for espionage, so Yee was released, only to be charged with downloading pornography and adultery. (I don't know about you, but I find that ironic on several levels.) Neither of these latter-day charges is very well-supported and it is possible that they will be dropped. Supporters believe he was charged with whatever came to hand, to prevent him speaking out about the conditions at Camp Delta.