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Bush Revives Goal of Guantanamo Bay Tribunals

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Bush Revives Goal of Guantanamo Bay Tribunals

Bush Revives Goal of Guantanamo Bay Tribunals

Bush Revives Goal of Guantanamo Bay Tribunals

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Despite an adverse Supreme Court ruling, President Bush has apparently not abandoned his plans to use military tribunals to try terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay. What is likely to come from his latest speech on the subject?

Guests:

Ari Shapiro, NPR justice reporter

Ron Elving, NPR senior Washington editor

Scott Silliman, law professor, Duke University

Neal Katyal, lead counsel for Salim Hamdan; law professor, Georgetown University

Jumana Musa, advocacy director for Amnesty International

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