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U.S. Officers Question Guantanamo Detention Policy

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U.S. Officers Question Guantanamo Detention Policy

U.S. Officers Question Guantanamo Detention Policy

U.S. Officers Question Guantanamo Detention Policy

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Three former senior U.S. military officers, concerned that detentions of "enemy combatants" without charges set a dangerous precedent for American POWs, denounce the Bush administration's policy on prisoners in the war on terror. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.