White House Counsel Defends Guantanamo Detentions NPR's Juan Williams talks with White House Legal Counsel Alberto Gonzales about prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Gonzales says the 650 remaining detainees are not entitled to make a case for their release because the U.S. is essentially at war.
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White House Counsel Defends Guantanamo Detentions

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White House Counsel Defends Guantanamo Detentions

White House Counsel Defends Guantanamo Detentions

White House Counsel Defends Guantanamo Detentions

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NPR's Juan Williams talks with White House Legal Counsel Alberto Gonzales about prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Gonzales says the 650 remaining detainees are not entitled to make a case for their release because the U.S. is essentially at war.