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Guest Host: Lynn Neary
A panel talks about the hundreds of people who were arrested in the investigation of the September 11th terrorist attacks, how many are still being held, and why, as well as the legal and security issues surrounding their detention.
- Jay Winik Historian and author of April 1865: The Month That Saved America (Harper Collins)
- Lucas Guttentag Of the Immigrants' Rights Project of the ACLU
- Skip Brandon Former deputy assistant director for international terrorism at the FBI
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