Suspected Terrorists Face Lifetime Detention in U.S. The Washington Post reports that the U.S. government is considering long-term plans for holding suspected terrorists that would allow detainees to be held for life, including those whom the government lacks sufficient evidence to try in court. We talk with Newsweek's Michael Hirsh and Stephen Saltzburg, a law professor at George Washington University.
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Suspected Terrorists Face Lifetime Detention in U.S.

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Suspected Terrorists Face Lifetime Detention in U.S.

Suspected Terrorists Face Lifetime Detention in U.S.

Suspected Terrorists Face Lifetime Detention in U.S.

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Guests: Michael Hirsh, senior editor at Newsweek

Stephen Saltzburg, professor of law at George Washington University in Washington