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Terrorism / Secret Prisons / A Discussion #838144

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 06, 2006
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[President BUSH - says some prisoners were held & questioned in CIA prisons outside the US.]

(Studio: John Roberts, Jeffrey Toobin) The implications of Bush's disclosure of the secret prisons after opposing the "Washington Post" stories, what the military commissions he is asking Congress for will look like, how secret evidence could be used in Bush's proposal, what it mean to introduce hearsay evidence, what seeking legal protection for the interrogators means for the trials & the timetable for tribunals discussed; photos shown of various dissidents.

Toobin, Jeffrey;
Roberts, John

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