Cenk Uygur and Col. Morris Davis, who served as chief prosecutor in Guantanamo Bay from 2005 to 2007, talk about everything drones: President Obama releasing strike documents to lawmakers, the confirmation hearing for Central Intelligence Agency director nominee John Brennan and the protestors who kept interrupting it. BuzzFeed contributor Michael Hastings wades into the ongoing debate about the military response to the Benghazi attacks from September 2012. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta gets some criticism from Sen. Lindsay Graham. Plus, former Detective Luis Bolaños weighs in on the hunt for ex–LAPD officer Christopher Dorner, the top suspect in the murder of three police officers.
Cenk Uygur and Col. Morris Davis, former Guantanamo Bay chief prosecutor and professor at Howard University School of Law, discuss the Obama administration’s consistent use of drone strikes, including allowing the so-called targeted killing of U.S. citizens. watch video
Cenk Uygur and Col. Morris Davis, former Guantanamo Bay chief prosecutor and professor at Howard University School of Law, call out the Obama administration’s use of drone strikes as another example of the way U.S. has become more restrictive since [...] watch video
Cenk Uygur talks to former Riverside detective Luis Bolaños about the manhunt for shooting suspect — and former Los Angeles police officer — Christopher Dorner. watch video
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