A Look at the U.S. Enemy Combatant Policy

A federal court dealt a major blow to the U.S. anti-terror policy last week. Conservative lawyer Richard Samp, who submitted a brief to the court on behalf of the government, joins us from Washington, D.C. Barbara Olshansky, who co-wrote a brief convincing New York's Second Court of Appeals to release Jose Padilla, the so-called "dirty bomber," joins us from New York.



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