Judges Question Indefinite Enemy Combatant Jailing

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Two members of a three-judge federal appeals panel criticized Bush administration arguments yesterday that the president may indefinitely detain an Americans was arrested in this country as “enemy combatants” and deny them contact with lawyers, the New York Times reports. “As terrible as 9/11 was, it didn’t repeal the Constitution” said Judge Rosemary S. Pooler
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