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John Walker Lindh, the California man captured while fighting with the Taliban in Afghanistan, pleaded guilty to two charges in a deal that will spare him from spending the rest of his life in prison.
Is this a fair deal? Is this a victory for the government? Defense attorney Stanley Cohen and former federal prosecutor David Schertler share their insight into the case.
Also, is this a satisfying end to the high profile case? We ask one of Lindh's lawyers, George C. Harris.
Is this a fair punishment for the American Taliban? What does Robert Young Pelton, the journalist who interviewed Lindh while he was held captive in Afghanistan, have to say? Join us to find out.
The House has passed a lot of bills recently and the Senate is just sitting on them. What's going on? How long will the logjam go on? Rep. Tom DeLay, R-Texas, tells us.
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