It's now a year and a half since Bilal Hussein of the AP was detained by the US military as a terror suspect. He has been charged with nothing. But he is still detained. Sami al-Haj, a cameraman for al Jazeera, has been in Gitmo for six years on similar grounds - and again without any charge being brought against him. Guilty until proven innocent by Sean Hannity seems to be the new standard of American justice in this war - and it's particularly dangerous when the government is empowered to arrest and indefinitely detain journalists without due process of any kind. Glenn Greenwald helps keep these cases alive.

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