Dick speaks with lawyer Candace Gorman, who represents Razak Ali, an Algerian citizen who has been detained without charge for ten years. Gorman describes tightening restrictions, including not being able to see her client without first showing guards her notes. Instead, she memorized the notes, which were strategies on how to get him out of limbo. Hear Dick's previous conversations with Gorman here, here and here.
With news of tear gas use in various Occupy demonstrations, Dick speaks with former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper, who oversaw the decision to tear gas a huge crowd during the World Trade Organization protests in 1999.