Questions remain over CIA interrogation memos
A political firestorm has erupted over President Obama's decision to release the CIA interrogation memos. Obama has said those who performed interrogations on terror suspects should not be prosecuted, but some are pushing for criminal prosecution of Bush administration officials who authorized the policy.
- Julian Zelizer: Professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University.
- Joseph Margulies: Professor of law and assistant director of the MacArthur Justice Center at Northwestern University Law School. He was lead counsel in Rasul v. Bush, one of the first cases brought against the Bush administration by Guantanamo detainees.
- Michael Ratner: President of the Center for Constitutional Rights.
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