The production team actually had the historians’ numbers literally on speed dial during the production. There’s a scene where Danny Huston, who plays the prosecutor, Judge Advocate General Holt . . . he’s swearing in the witnesses. At some point Danny pauses, and says, “Why am I swearing in the witnesses?”—and of course no one had any idea why it was, so they speed-dial Fred Borch, and said, “Why is this right?” and of course [Robert] Redford is keenly interested to the answer to this question. And Borch said in 1865, for military tribunals, the prosecutor swore in the witnesses. That was true then, and that’s true today actually. In military tribunals in Guantanamo, it’s the military prosecutor who swears in the witnesses.