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Posts Tagged ‘Ali Hamza al Bahlul’

SCOTUS Blog: “Congress’s War Crimes Power at Issue”

A post on SCOTUS Blog by Lyle Denniston reports that, on Tuesday, the D.C. Circuit Court voted to review congressional authority to apply war crime laws to terrorist acts that took place prior to the enactment of the laws making such acts criminal. The decision to review arises directly from the case against Ali Hamza […]

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Inside the Cellblock Where War Criminals Stay at Guantanamo Bay

In an article published in the Miami Herald entitled, Inside the Cellblock Where War Criminals Stay at Guantanamo Bay, Carol Rosenberg goes inside Camp 5 at Guantanamo where four convicted war criminals — Ali Hamza al Bahlul, Ibrahim al Qosi, Omar Khadr, and Noor Uthman Mohammed — are being held. According to the report, “Each man spends […]

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