Fine print in military spending bill upsets civil liberties advocates
The National Defense Authorization Act, which authorizes military spending for the coming year, contains controversial provisions regarding the indefinite detention of terrorist suspects. But will it change the way the government detains and prosecutes terror suspects?
- Yochi Dreazen: Senior correspondent for The National Journal.
- John Radsan: Director of the National Security Forum at William Mitchell College of Law. He was assistant general counsel at the CIA from 2002 - 2004.