Bill Lets Guantanamo Suspects Challenge Detention The Senate Judiciary Committee approves some important legislation that would give Guantanamo Bay detainees the right to challenge their detention in court.
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Bill Lets Guantanamo Suspects Challenge Detention

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Bill Lets Guantanamo Suspects Challenge Detention

Bill Lets Guantanamo Suspects Challenge Detention

Bill Lets Guantanamo Suspects Challenge Detention

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Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL), a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, talks to Alex Cohen about some legislation approved by the Judiciary Committee on Thursday. It would give terror suspects held at Guantanamo Bay the right to legally challenge their detention.