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Argument: Terrorist suspects are particularly dangerous to guards

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Dan McLaughlin. "Why Terrorists Don't Deserve A Court Date." CBS. November 18, 2009: "The detainees, as they have shown in the past, are especially dangerous to guards, a problem that's more acute when in transit or in civilian prisons than in a facility like Guantanamo that's designed to house them."

"Trying Sept. 11 mastermind in civilian court is dangerous." The Detroit News Editorial. November 19, 2009: "There are also security issues. In previous trials of terror suspects, a federal prison guard lost an eye and suffered brain damage in an attack by a suspect; another defendant lunged at a judge before he was tackled by marshals."

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