Padilla Charge Shows Inconsistency In U.S. Terror Cases

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Yesterday’s indictment of Jose Padilla illustrates that four years after the 2001 terrorist attacks, “the government has yet to settle on a consistent strategy for holding and punishing people it says are terrorists,” says the New York Times. Padilla asked the Supreme Court last month to decide whether federal authorities could “seize American citizens in
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