Considering Long-Term Terrorist Detention The United States considers what to do with terrorist suspects who could remain imprisoned indefinitely. For more than three years, the government has been holding hundreds of suspected terrorists. The question is what to do as that situation continues, year after year. Hear NPR's Jackie Northam.
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Considering Long-Term Terrorist Detention

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Considering Long-Term Terrorist Detention

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Considering Long-Term Terrorist Detention

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The United States considers what to do with terrorist suspects who could remain imprisoned indefinitely. For more than three years, the government has been holding hundreds of suspected terrorists. The question is what to do as that situation continues, year after year. Hear NPR's Jackie Northam.