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Tsanaev: Enemy combatant or American criminal?

The capture of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sparked a debate about whether he should be charged as an American citizen (which he is) or as an "enemy combatant." If it's the latter, he presumably could be interrogated by whatever "enhanced" methods…

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