Judge tells Justice Department to move ahead on Guantanamo

Thursday, July 10, 2008

A federal judge has ordered the Justice Department to put other cases aside and give Guantanamo detainees their day in court. The Bush administration had hoped never to have civilian judges review evidence against terror suspects. Will detainees be let go to prevent judges from scrutinizing potentially controversial evidence?
Guest: Shayana Kadidal, head of the Guantanamo Project at the Center for Constitutional Rights

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