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The lawsuit argues that without that clear pathway to deportation, the detainees should be released.
A week before that, another detainee named Habibullah also died in detention at Bagram, reportedly due to beatings that caused a fatal blood clot.
No one arrested in the U.S. has ever been sent to the prison camp and there hasn’t been a detainee sent there from overseas since 2008.
The Center for Constitutional Rights, a legal advocacy group that has defended Gitmo detainees, came out firmly against the idea on Wednesday.
Prediction: Allowing Guantánamo detainees to challenge their detention will get Americans killed.
The piece also plays homage to Weiwei's own experience as a detainee.
For a moment, a few years ago, the Insular Cases finally seemed to be cracking in Boumediene v. Bush (2008), which concerned a detainee held at Guantanamo Bay.
Anne Arundel recently signed a contract with a vendor, Correct Care Solutions, for about $6 million per year to treat the roughly 800 detainees and inmates in the county’s two detention centers, Kokolis said.
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