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Terrorism / Immigration Dragnet #655033

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 19, 2001
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The rough justice for immigrants caught up in the US dragnet since September 11 examined. [IMMIGRANT - comments.] [New York City attorney Kerry BRETZ - outlines the detention problem for immigrants; criticizes the government's unprecedented secrecy.] [Attorney General John ASHCROFT - defends aggressive detention.] [New York City Legal Aid Society Janet SABEL - says the detainees' have limited access to the legal system.] [Attorney Randall HAMUD - explains his client's intent and the government's oppressive treatment.] The law allowing the Justice Department to hold detainees for a "reasonable amount of time" noted.

Brown, Aaron

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