Former Gitmo Prosecutor: System Too Politicized

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Morris Davis resigned from his position as chief prosecutor for the military commissions at Guantanamo Bay in October, citing that the justice system had become too politicized. Davis discusses his resignation and the Military Commissions Act with Madeleine Brand.



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