More than 600 detainees from 42 countries are imprisoned at a U.S. naval base on Guantanamo Bay. None has been formally charged or able to see a lawyer. Host Neal Conan and guests discuss what lies ahead for the detainees, reports on conditions at the base and how two new legal decisions will affect terror arrests.
*Justice Department reporter for The New York Times
*Counsel for four detainees held on Guantanamo — two British and two Australians
*Currently in litigation going on now in Washington, D.C. (detainees are being held in custody of the Defense Dept.)
*Law professor at the University of California at Berkeley, specializes in national security law
*Visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute
*Director of the Center for National Security Studies