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Does Force-Feeding Gitmo Prisoners Violate Their Rights?

  • Aired: 04/22/2013
  • 05:57
  • Rating: NR
Over half of the inmates at Guatanamo Bay Prison are refusing to eat, protesting the length of their detention, legal limbo and quality of life. Ray Suarez talks with Carol Rosenberg of the Miami Herald about the origins of the protest and the question of self-determination when it comes to the prisoners' hunger strike.
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