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concurring) (arguing that petitioner was detainable on account of being "part of" an AUMF-targeted organization, but not deciding whether a person could be detained on account of "support" for a targeted organization that he was not also a "part of").
For example, at the time of the book's publication, four remaining detainees were Uighers, who the Bush Administration and the courts concluded were not terrorists or soldiers or otherwise detainable, (119) Indeed, by this writing 86 of the 166 detainees--i.
Notice that Respondents Will No Longer Treat Petitioner as Detainable Under the AUMF and Request for Appropriately Tailored Relief, AL Hamandy v.
Second, the court dismissed Al-Bihani's claim that the United States had to release him even if he had been initially detainable.
district court lacked the power to order the release of 17 Uighurs detained at Guantanamo (and held to be no longer detainable as enemy combatants (17)) into the United States.
C]reating a workable definition of the detainable class [for detention of captured terrorists] requires some degree of rethinking of the associational status and conduct-based detention models.
399) Many were unaccompanied by any credible evidence that they were legitimately detainable under the law of war.
Justice Department said it filed court papers outlining its break from Bush administration detention standards, and said only those who provided "substantial" support to al-Qaeda or the Taliban would be considered detainable.
The US Justice Department said it had filed court papers outlining its break from Bush administration detention standards, and said only those who provided "substantial" support to al Qaeda or the Taliban would be considered detainable.
It provides that individuals who supported al-Qaeda or the Taliban are detainable only if the support was substantial.
Police have had the power to take DNA samples from anyone arrested for a detainable offence and detained in a police station.
Police have the power to take DNA samples from anyone arrested for a detainable offence and detained in a police station.