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Excerpt: Phil Carter does a pretty thorough job of discussing the Padilla case, but I have to agree with JAG Central that the key to the case is whether or not Jose Padilla is an enemy combatant or not. Since the...
Blog: Funmurphys: the Blog
Tracked Back: Thu Jun 10 14:07:19 2004
Excerpt: Phil Carter, in an excellent analysis, discusses the pickle the government has put itself in by its handling of the Padilla case: In a case like this, where all of the evidence has been either tainted by torture or tainted by poor process, the only op...
Blog: Sick Transit
Tracked Back: Sun Jun 6 15:54:54 2004
Excerpt: Intel Dump has a good discussion of the legal issues involved in Jose Padilla's imprisonment. It's worth a read. There is a term of art that lawyers use to refer to a evidence that can only be proven worthy of...
Blog: Hyperion Court
Tracked Back: Fri Jun 4 17:24:42 2004
Excerpt: The Constitution of the United States, like much other holy writ, is often mentioned and rarely read. Today the US Department of Justice (sic) launched a public relations campaign to villify José Padilla, a person arrested two years ago who has never been charged with anything. (Carter's informed, detailed discussion of Padilla's case is must reading for anyone interested in this case and its ramifications.)
Blog: Robert Silvey
Tracked Back: Thu Jun 3 16:35:43 2004
Excerpt: Phil Carter has worthwhile thoughts on the frighteningly Kafka-esque arguments being employed in favor of continued detention of Jose Padilla. His key paragraph: There is a term of art that lawyers use to refer to a case that can only...
Blog: Unlearned Hand
Tracked Back: Thu Jun 3 13:40:56 2004