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.



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