Debating the writ of habeas corpus for Guantánamo detainees

Friday, June 13, 2008

The Supreme Court ruled that suspected terrorists detained at a prison in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, have the right to contest their detention via U.S. civilian courts. Glenn Greenwald (Salon.com blogger and Bush administration critic) and Jed Babbin (Human Events editor and former deputy undersecretary of defense under President George H. W. Bush) take two views on the decision.

Contributors:

Kent DePinto

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