Club Gitmo and Eric Holder’s Law Firm!!
The firm represents 17 Yemeni nationals and one Pakistani citizen held at Guantánamo Bay. The Supreme Court will soon review the D.C. Circuit’s ruling that ordered the dismissal of a number of habeas petitions filed by Guantánamo detainees; some of our clients are petitioners in the Supreme Court case. We expect to play a substantial role in the briefing. We also plan to petition the Supreme Court to hear our Pakistani client’s appeal from the D.C. Circuit’s order dismissing his case. Further, we are pursuing relief in the D.C. Circuit under the Detainee Treatment Act of 2005 for all of our clients. On a separate front, we filed amicus briefs and coordinated the amicus effort in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld in which the Supreme Court in the summer of 2006 invalidated President Bush’s military commissions and in which we have obtained favorable rulings that our clients have rights under the Fifth Amendment and the Geneva Conventions.
Yes that says Yemeni Nationals, and what did we find out Fri. about a former Guantánamo detainee?
A Saudi man released from Guantanamo after spending nearly six years inside the U.S. prison camp is now the No. 2 of al-Qaida branch, according to a purported Internet statement from the terror network.‘s
Well I wonder if they will continue to help free the terrorists who go right back to the fights?
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