Some Congressional Democrats and Republicans want to intervene in the U.S. detainee policy. Diane and her guests talk about the recent hearings on the detention facility at Guantanamo in Cuba and the legal, political and foreign policy issues at stake, plus the likely fate of hundreds of detainees.

Guests

  • Tom Wilner Attorney representing 11 Kuwaiti Guantanamo detainees for the past four years
  • Brian Boyle Former principal deputy associate attorney general with the Department of Justice, 2003-2005. Lead counsel on the Guantanamo Bay habeas cases in his last year there.
  • Adam Zagorin Washington correspondent for TIME magazine

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