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Should 9-11 plotters at Guantanamo Bay reveal details of their CIA interrogations?




U.S. military guards walk within the Camp Delta military-run prison at the Guantanamo Bay US Naval Base, Cuba, in 2006. Wednesday marks 10 years since detainees first arrived at the detention facility.
U.S. military guards walk within the Camp Delta military-run prison at the Guantanamo Bay US Naval Base, Cuba, in 2006. Wednesday marks 10 years since detainees first arrived at the detention facility.
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Let's go to Guantanamo Bay, where a pre-trial hearing is underway for the alleged plotters of the September 11 attacks. One of them is Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the attacks.

One of the most contentious issues raised today is whether to allow the accused to publicly reveal what occurred during the time he was detained by the Central Intelligence Agency.

Prosecutors are arguing against the release of this information for national security reasons. For more on this we speak to Carol Rosenberg, a reporter with the Miami Herald.

We reached her at Guantanamo bay where she's covering the hearings.