No Habeas at Bagram

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It ''ratifies a dangerous principle: that the U.S. government has unchecked power to capture people anywhere in the world, unilaterally declare them enemy combatants, and subject them to indefinite military detention with no judicial review,'' said Melissa Goodman, staff attorney with the ACLU National Security Project.

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