Do terrorists have rights? Should Terrorists have legal protection? This is not an easy question to answer. This question poses an interesting dilemma, reason being these people are on the Federal Government’s list of most dangerous criminals. Also, most if not all are not legal U.S. naturalized citizens. The US Constitution clears states that in Article one section nine halts Congress from stopping the “honor” of habeas corpus in all cases excluding cases of revolt or assault. However, all humans have so- called “natural rights” and that’s what the Constitution and Deceleration of Independence are all about. According to (businessdictionary.com) natural rights are defined as political theory that maintains that an individual enters into society with certain basic rights and that no government can deny these rights. The modern idea of natural rights grew out of the ancient and medieval doctrines of natural law, i.e., the belief that people, as creatures of nature and God, should live their lives and organize their society on the basis of rules and precepts laid down by nature or God. With the growth of the idea of individualism, especially in the 17th cent., natural law doctrines were modified to stress the fact that individuals, because they are natural beings, have rights that cannot be violated by anyone or by any society. The Bill Of Rights observes some of the natural rights’ and the Fifth Amendment specifies that, in criminal cases, “No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process”. Equally, without the 5th amendment, all people have the so-called “natural right” to due process. As always you need your chance to prove you’re innocence before they prove your guilt.
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