Bin Laden's Death May Affect How We Treat Prisoners

Monday, May 02, 2011

A Guantanamo detainee's feet are shackled to the floor as he attends a 'Life Skills' class. (Michelle Shepard/Getty)

This morning, reports have surfaced linking Bin Laden's death to intelligence gathered at the notorious Guantanamo Bay holding facility in Cuba. If keeping prisoners detained has resulted in the death of America's most-wanted tourist, what does that mean for how we'll treat prisoners in the future? We speak about this with Richard Perle, Assistant Secretary of Defense under President Ronald Reagan.

Guests:

Richard Perle

Produced by:

Tim Einenkel

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