As hunger strikers clashed with guards at Guantanamo Bay this week, a new bi-partisan report
released Tuesday concludes that the United States "indisputably" engaged in torture at the facility and elsewhere in the years following after the 9/11 attacks. The report argues that this violated American laws and international treaties, and that the nation's most senior officials bear ultimate responsibility. Asa Hutchinson, co-chair of the Constitution Project task force resonsible for the report, joins Day 6 to discuss torture, terror and the future of detainees at Guantanamo Bay. Mr. Hutchinson served as an under secretary of the Department for Homeland Security under the Bush Administration. He's now the head of the NRA's National School Shield Task Force and a candidate for Governor of Arkansas last week.