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Guantanamo: The Next Step

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Guantanamo: The Next Step

Guantanamo: The Next Step

Guantanamo: The Next Step

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Congress recently passed a bill barring the Obama administration from making major decisions on Guantanamo for the next fiscal year. And according to news reports, President Obama, who set out to close the prison, is now accepting the idea of indefinite detention.

In the second part of a conversation about Guantanamo Bay, host Michel Martin discusses the future of the detention facility and its detainees with Karen Greenberg, counter-terrorism expert and author of The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo's First 100 Days.

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