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Prosecuting Terrorists in a Post-Sept. 11 World

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Prosecuting Terrorists in a Post-Sept. 11 World

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Prosecuting Terrorists in a Post-Sept. 11 World

Prosecuting Terrorists in a Post-Sept. 11 World

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Zacarias Moussoaui was charged, tried, and sentenced to life in prison for his role in the Sept. 11 attacks. But some terrorists will never see court. Guests examine how to improve the system of prosecuting terrorists.

Guests:

David Savage, legal correspondent for the Los Angeles Times

David Cole, professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center; author of Terrorism and the Constitution: Sacrificing Civil Liberties in the name of National Security

Bruce Fein, constitutional and general counsel for Center for Law Accountability; associate deputy attorney general during Reagan Administration