His was one of the most divisive cases in the so-called war on terror. Now, Omar Khadr, the youngest and last Western detainee at Guantánamo Bay has pleaded guilty to committing war crimes. The 23 year old was originally detained when he was 15 years old; he has spent one-third of his life at Guantánamo Bay. According to the plea bargain, next year he will be sent back to his native Canada to serve the rest of his sentence, another eight years in prison.
Joining us to explain what his admission means for the future of Guantánamo is The Miami Herald's Carol Rosenberg, who has been reporting on the court hearings from the Guantánamo Bay Navy Base.