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President Bush calls recent harsh criticism of detainee treatment at Guantanamo Bay (search) "absurd" and says many terrorists have been trained to lie to humanitarian or civil rights groups about their treatment. "It's absurd — it's an absurd allegation," Bush said when asked what his response was to a recent Amnesty International report that characterized the prison camp as "the gulag of our time." We'll get the full lowdown on the president's news conference from Juan Williams, NPR senior national correspondent and FOX News political analyst.
Then, intelligence officials say they are confident the voice on a new audiotape belongs to Abu Musab Al Zarqawi (search). Iraq's most wanted terrorist tells Usama bin Laden he was slightly wounded in a battle with U.S. forces, but he's feeling fine. So what does this mean for the War on Terror? We'll ask Frank Gaffney, former Assistant Secretary of Defense.
And, the Supreme Court overturns the conviction of the Arthur Andersen accounting firm for destroying Enron Corp.-related documents before the energy giant's collapse. Were the jury instructions at trial too vague for jurors to determine whether Andersen obstructed justice? Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' senior judicial analyst, weighs in.
Plus, what's next in the Michael Jackson trial? We'll get the legal lowdown from former prosecutor Arthur Aidala.
These stories and much more. Don't miss this edition of "Studio B"!
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