War on Terrorism Goes to Court

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Two federal judges have handed the government small setbacks in the war on terrorism. In Alexandria, a judge granted Zacarias Moussaoui a three-month delay of his trial. In the case of Yaser Esam Hamdi, the alleged enemy combatant being held in a Navy brig, a judge in Norfolk said the government must produce more evidence that he really IS an enemy combatant. NPR's Barbara Bradley reports.



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