Prisoners in Guantanamo can appeal

Foreign suspects held in Guantanamo Bay have the right to challenge their detention in US civilian courts, the US Supreme Court has ruled.

It overturned by five to four a ruling that upheld a 2006 law that took away the rights of suspects to seek full judicial review of their detention. It is not clear if the ruling will lead to prompt hearings for the detainees. Some 270 men are held at the US naval base, on suspicion of terrorism or links to al-Qaeda and the Taleban.

Time an injustice and violation of the human rights to end for good!

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One response to “Prisoners in Guantanamo can appeal

  1. jjoshuajj21

    Before they appeal, here is a taste of the Appellate Court system, in the USA. I have proof, evidence, and a witness, and this is what the Appellate Judges decided >>> http://amurderconspiracy.wordpress.com/ <<<<

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