Jan 10, 2003
Stories of some of the secrets our government keeps: of imprisonment, deportation, and spying, and how those secrets affect us.
- There are at least two American citizens being held without charges, unable to see lawyers, in military jails in the U.S. There may be more. Jack Hitt tried to find out everything he could about one of them: Jose Padilla, who will stay confined to a brig in South Carolina "until the end of the war," according to the White House. (17 minutes)