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Defense Rests Case In First Gitmo Trial

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Defense Rests Case In First Gitmo Trial

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Defense Rests Case In First Gitmo Trial

Defense Rests Case In First Gitmo Trial

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In the first trial of a Guantanamo detainee, the defense has rested its case. Salem Hamdan, Osama bin Laden's former driver, is being tried for aiding terrorists. But he denies being a part of al-Qaida. Alex Chadwick talks with NPR's John McChesney who is at Guantanamo Bay following the trial.

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