Lawyers Defending Guantanamo Detainees

The debate about how best to prosecute suspected terrorists since 9-11, continues. Last week, reports said the President may decide to try suspects detained at Guantanamo Bay in a military court, rather than in the civilian system. In a new book, lawyers who’ve defended Guantanamo detainees talk about their experiences. WFCR’s Susan Kaplan spoke with the book’s co-editor, Jonathan Hafetz, during a recent visit. Among those he defended was a young Afghan teenager named Mohammad Joewad: