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.
Dick speaks with occasional guest Ismail Suayah, a Libyan-American, about his first trip back to Libya since Muammar Gaddafi 's rule ended. Ismail says there is a lighter mood, but many still carry weapons.
Dave Pomerantz and Daryl Harshbarger, Dallas-based activists, have been parking a bus outside abortion clinics to give pregnant women sonograms. Their mission, they say, is to stop them from having an abortion. They talk to Dick about the Save the Storks bus and their strategy.
Today on The Story, we reconnect with Osama. He’s a dissident in Syria and, like so many others inside that country, is now constantly on the run. His wife and daughter are now being threatened, and yet Osama says he will not waver.