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Habeas Corpus

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We know many things about habeas corpus. We know that it goes back to the Magna Carta and that the U.S. Constitution affirmed this bulwark of Anglo-American liberty.

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NYT Opinion Pages

The writ of habeas corpus, the only common-law process included in the United States Constitution, is found in Article I, section 9: “the Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in cases of Rebellion or Invasion the

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Christine Smith's Blog

Saying one operates in respect of the U.S. Constitution, the supreme law of the land, and doing are two very different things. The executive order regarding "detainees" is in opposition to everything this country once stood for.

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It is starting to look like the president who campaigned on closing the prison at Guantanamo Bay may end up doing something wholly different: signing a law that would pave the way for terrorism suspects to be held indefinitely.

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by Dahr Jamail

Attorneys and veteran’s groups are alarmed by recent reports that two US Army soldiers imprisoned at the Fort Lewis Regional Correctional Facility (RCF) have been subjected to human rights abuses and violations of their constitutional rights.

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Chinese prepared human rights report on the United States. This is the full text of a report issued after the US issued its annual report on global human rights violations. It follows the same format and style and exhibits the same level of though

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