U.S. Makes Plans for Detainees The Bush administration is said to be preparing plans to hold terrorism suspects in the U.S. indefinitely without trial. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Dana Priest, who reported the story for the Washington Post.
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Terror Suspects in U.S. Face Indefinite Detentions

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Terror Suspects in U.S. Face Indefinite Detentions

Terror Suspects in U.S. Face Indefinite Detentions

Terror Suspects in U.S. Face Indefinite Detentions

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The Bush administration is said to be preparing plans to hold terrorism suspects in the U.S. indefinitely without trial. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Dana Priest, who reported the story for the Washington Post.