Mohammed Jawad to return home?

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ADDENDUM: Obama Still Hasn't Stated Position on Evidence Acquired Through Torture 

Government Abandons Reliance On Tortured Evidence In Habeas Case Of Guantánamo Detainee (7/15/2009)
NEW YORK - The government today stated it would no longer rely on evidence obtained through torture and other coercion in the habeas corpus case challenging the unlawful detention of Guantánamo detainee Mohammed Jawad. The American Civil Liberties Union filed a motion on July 1 to suppress Jawad's statements, and today the Justice Department announced it would not oppose that motion. 

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