Since 2001, the government has detained thousands of people - at Guantánamo, Abu Ghraib, and Bagram airbase, to name a few. The legality of many of those detentions has been challenged repeatedly. We get an update on the status of illegal detentions by American forces.
Shayana Kadidal, senior lawyer for the Center for Constitutional Rights and Michael Aronson, editorial boardmember for the New York Daily News, talk about the Justice Department's case against the FDNY alleging discrimination in their recruitment tests.
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