Former white supremacist on preventing radicalization; 'The Forever Prisoner' : Here & Now Anytime Former neo-Nazi Christian Picciolini has spent the past few years trying to reform white supremacists through a group called the Free Radicals Project. He explains why he's making what he calls the difficult decision to shut the project down at the end of the year. And, director Alex Gibney's new film "The Forever Prisoner" about the treatment and incarceration of terror suspect Abu Zubaydah premieres on HBO Max on Monday night. He joins us.

Former white supremacist on preventing radicalization; 'The Forever Prisoner'

Former white supremacist on preventing radicalization; 'The Forever Prisoner'

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Former neo-Nazi Christian Picciolini has spent the past few years trying to reform white supremacists through a group called the Free Radicals Project. He explains why he's making what he calls the difficult decision to shut the project down at the end of the year.

And, director Alex Gibney's new film "The Forever Prisoner" about the treatment and incarceration of terror suspect Abu Zubaydah premieres on HBO Max on Monday night. He joins us.

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