President-elect Obama has said he’ll close the prison camp at Guantanamo Bay. Our panel discusses the series of tough choices awaiting him on how to prosecute suspected terrorists and how to handle those who won’t face trial.

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  • Charles Stimson senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation's Center for Legal and Judicial Studies; former deputy assistant defense secretary for detainee affairs.
  • Vincent Warren executive director, Center for Constitutional Rights
  • Ken Gude associate director, Center for American Progress; author of the reports "How to Close Guantanamo" and "Getting Back on Track to Close Guantanamo."

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