The current policy of the Obama administration is to keep certain supposed "war on terror” detainees in indefinite detention held without charges or trial. And as part of 2011 national defense authorization act U.S. citizens can be held as well, although they are exempted from mandatory military detention. There are now 169 detainees at the Guantanamo U.S. detention center in Cuba, although many have been cleared for release some have been held there in excessive 10 years. Supporters of the current policy say indefinite detention is necessary because of the security threat posed to the United States. Now we will look at the topic from inside with someone who has been there. On the phone we have Dr. Barry Rosenfeld, Professor of Psychology and Director of the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Fordham University in New York.