High Court Seen Split On Enemy Combatant Cases

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Several Supreme Court justices yesterday questioned whether President Bush has the unbridled authority he claims to detain two U.S. citizens indefinitely as enemy combatants in the war on terrorism, reports the Baltimore Sun. The court heard the cases of Yaser Esam Hamdi, who was seized in Afghanistan, and Jose Padilla, who was arrested at a
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