Lawyer and freelance journalist Daphne Eviatar discusses Guantanamo detainee Mohamed Jawad’s legal limbo, the DOJ/U.S. military payment to prosecution witnesses in Afghanistan, the political peril in releasing the “worst of the worst” from custody and how even a limited torture investigation could potentially climb up the chain of command.

http://dissentradio.com/radio/09_08_11_eviatar.mp3