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A Twist in the Case Against Bin Laden's Driver

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A Twist in the Case Against Bin Laden's Driver

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A Twist in the Case Against Bin Laden's Driver

A Twist in the Case Against Bin Laden's Driver

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Guantanamo Bay detainee Salim Ahmed Hamdan faces life in prison if an upcoming military tribunal convicts him of conspiracy and supporting terrorism. Now Col. Morris Davis, the former chief military prosecutor at Gitmo, says he will testify on Hamdan's behalf if permitted to do so.

Davis discusses his stance with Madeline Brand, while Brig. Gen. Thomas Hartmann offers the Pentagon's response to developments.

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