A Verdict is In but Military Tribunals are Still on Trial

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In a test case for military tribunals, Osama bin Laden's former driver was convicted today on one charge but acquitted on another.  The White House calls it a "fair trial," but appeals are likely. We hear what's next at Guantánamo Bay for the sentencing of Salim Hamdan and the fate of 80 other prisoners. Also, FBI prepares to unveil its case against Bruce Ivins. On Reporter's Notebook, how did Paris Hilton get involved in the presidential campaign?


Photo: Defendant Salim Hamdan (L) sits during his trial inside the war crimes courthouse inside the war crimes courthouse at Camp Justicein Guantánamo Bay US Naval Base, in Cuba. Sketch by Janet Hamlin-Pool/Getty Images

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Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Katie Cooper, Dan Konecky, Matt Holzman