Guantanamo, 10 Years Later

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Ten years ago today, the Guantanamo Bay Detention Center opened to hold suspected terrorists. Despite President Obama's pledge to close Guantanamo, 171 detainees remain. We discuss the history and future of Guantanamo and its remaining detainees.

Guests:

Capt. Glenn Sulmasy, chairman of the Department of Humanities and professor of law at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy

Rini Chakraborty, West Coast regional director for Amnesty International

J.D. Gordon, senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy, former Defense Department spokesman for the Western Hemisphere in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, serving under both Secretary Rumsfeld and Secretary Gates from 2005-2009 and former vice president of communications and foreign policy adviser for Herman Cain

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