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Supreme Court Won’t Hear Gitmo Appeal Case

From a deeply saddened Reuters:

Supreme court won’t decide Guantanamo appeals

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A closely divided Supreme Court said on Monday it would not decide whether Guantanamo prisoners have the right to challenge their confinement before U.S. federal judges, avoiding a test of President George W. Bush’s powers in the war on terrorism.

Over the dissent of three justices, the nation’s high court said it would not rule on the constitutionality of part of an anti-terrorism law that Bush pushed through the U.S. Congress last year that takes away the right of the prisoners to get judicial review of their detention.


But heads will be exploding all across our terrorist-loving watchdog media.

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, April 2nd, 2007. Comments are currently closed.

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