Thursday the Supreme Court ruled it unconstitutional to deny Guantanamo prisoners the right to challenge their detention. Implications of the ruling, and the debate between creating a new “national security court,” vs. trying militarily detained terrorism suspects into the federal court system.


  • Shayana Kadidal Senior managing attorney for the Guantanamo Global Justice Initiative at the Center for Constitutional Rights
  • Glenn Sulmasy National security fellow at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government; judge advocate and law professor, U.S. Coast Guard Academy
  • John Hutson Adviser to Sen. Barack Obama's presidential campaign; president and dean, Franklin Pierce Law Center; former judge advocate general for the U.S. Navy
  • Kori Schake Foreign policy adviser to Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign

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