Can the Courts Handle Terror Suspects?

Can the Courts Handle Terror Suspects?

Can the Courts Handle Terror Suspects?

Vince Warren of the Center for Constitutional Rights, Lieutenant Col. David Vandeveld, a former prosecutor at Gitmo and others discuss whether our criminal courts can handle terror suspects.

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The US has successfully tried many alleged high level terrorists and Al-Qaeda operatives before and after 9/11. Yet the claim that closing Guantanamo and trying terror suspects in the United States is somehow a threat to national security has been voiced by many.

Today on GRITtv Vince Warren of the Center for Constitutional Rights, Army Lieutenant Col. David Vandeveld, a former military prosecutor at Guantanamo who resigned in September of last year and others discuss whether our criminal courts can handle terror suspects.

For more on the program and archives visit grittv.org.

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