36th Guantanamo detainee wins his habeas petition

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Cleared for release in 2004, after determination that there was no information to confirm Taliban or al Qaeda ties on his part, Mohammed Mohammed Hassan Odaini continues to be held by the Obama administration, in defiance of this latest court order.     

"(U.S.) officials kept a young man from Yemen in detention in Cuba from age eighteen to age twenty-six... They have prevented him from seeing his family and denied him the opportunity to complete his studies and embark on a career." - U.S. District Judge Henry H. Kennedy Jr.

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