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TOPIC: Ghost Prisons
Created by: dzzyred
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A coalition of human rights groups has drawn up a list of 39 terror suspects it believes are being secretly imprisoned by U.S. authorities and published their names in a report released Thursday.

Information about the so-called "ghost detainees" was gleaned from interviews with former prisoners and officials in the U.S., Pakistan, Afghanistan , and Yemen, according to Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and four other groups.

"What we're asking is where are these 39 people now, and what's happened to them since they 'disappeared'?" Joanne Mariner of Human Rights Watch said in a statement.

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angel,

There was just something on the history channel about gordon this weekend.

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"i don't think i have a problem with that definition at all. of course the lawyer in me asks, "what is the definition of the battlefield?" team cheney would say the battlefied is "planet earth" "......Dzzy you cannot fight a war in a courtroom.

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sadly no legal claims for "annoyance". sure there is intentional infliction of emotional distress but im rarely distressed. assualt with an "empty" weapon?

besides after reading ur posts im sure ur defense would be........insanity!!

haha.

goodnite :-)

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dzzy,

I'm waiting for you to send the process server after me.

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nah, it's more fun to read ur silly posts!!

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dzzy,

Don't you have an ambulance to go chase?

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abe lincoln wasn't an honest man. If he was he would've freed the slaves at the being of the civil war not 4 years after. But he was probably the last of the least dishonest lawyers.

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well 5 of 9 had to agree and that has to include at least of few from the "right side" of the bench...

btw, HONEST Abe lincoln was a lawyer!!

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i'm sure they were bribed, because they don't appear to have the best intrest of america at heart... but they're lawyers why would that being surprising.

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Rejecting Bush administration arguments, the Supreme Court reversed course and agreed Friday to review whether Guantanamo Bay detainees can use the civilian court system to challenge their indefinite confinement.The administration argues that a new law strips courts of their jurisdiction to hear detainee cases. The justices took the action without comment along with other end-of-term orders.

In April, the court turned down an identical request, although several justices indicated they could be persuaded otherwise. The court did not indicate what changed the justices' minds about considering the issue. But last week, lawyers for the detainees filed a statement from a military lawyer in which he described the inadequacy of the process the administration has put forward as an alternative to a full-blown review by civilian courts.

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