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Terrorism Suspects

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Terrorism Suspects

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In Germany today, a Moroccan student was found guilty of more than 3,000 counts of accessory to murder in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. He's one of hundreds of men being held all over the world for their suspected connection to terrorism. Join host Neal Conan for an update on detainees.

Guests:

Emily Harris
* NPR Reporter in Berlin

John Parachini
* Terrorism Analyst for the Rand Corporation

Jamie Fellner
* US Program Director for Human Rights Watch

Ruth Wedgewood
* Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
* Johns Hopkins International Law Professor

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