Antiwar Radio: Scott Horton

The Other Scott Horton (no relation), international human rights lawyer, professor and contributing editor at Harper’s magazine, discusses the Seton Hall report (pdf) that casts doubt on the “suicide” death of three Guantanamo inmates in 2006, the highly redacted and delayed release of the military’s cover-up investigation, indications that less than ten percent of all Gitmo prisoners may be serious terrorists, the legal immunity enjoyed by high governmental officials during the Bush and Obama administrations and why Justice Antonin Scalia’s Opus Dei affiliation may influence his views on torture.