• Habeas Corpus
    article by Brian Foley in the Journal of Crime Law and Criminology entitled Guantanamo and Beyond: Dangers of rigging the Rules(2007) The article explains the Bush and other Government officials decided that the prisoners brought to GB were not war criminal subject to habeas corpus but, they were...
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  • The Writ of Habeas Corpus
    ://search.proquest.com/docview/345478611?accountid=32521 Foley, B. (2007). Guantanamo and beyond: Dangers of rigging the rules. Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 97 (4), 1009-10069. Retrieved from ProQuest Levin-Waldman. (2012). American national government. San Diego, CS: Bridgepoint Education Inc Niday...
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  • Civil Liberties, Habeas Corpus, and the War on Terror
    Writ of Habeas Corpus: An Historical and Constitutional Analysis. Retrieved from Journal of The Lincoln Association: http://quod.lib.umich.edu Foley, B. J. (2007). GUANTANAMO AND BEYOND: DANGERS OF RIGGING THE RULES. Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 1009-1069. Levin-Waldman, O. M. (2012...
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  • Pol Final
    tribunals: A sorry history. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 33(3), 484-508. Retrieved from ProQuest Foley, B. (2007). Guantanamo and beyond: Dangers of rigging the rules. Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 97(4), 1009-10069. Retrieved from ProQuest Katyal, N., Bongiovanni, G., & Valentini, C...
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  • Habeas Corpus
    Criminal Law & Criminology, 84(4), 915-942. II. http://billofrightsinstitute.org/resources/educator-resources/americapedia/americapedia-constitution-text/habeas-corpus/ III. Foley, B.J. (2007). GUANTANAMO AND BEYOND: DANGERS OF RIGGING THE IV. RULES. Journal of Criminal Law &amp...
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  • Civil Liberties, Habeas Corpus, and the War on Terror
    together on the rule of law. Reference Bradley, C. (2010). Clear statement rules and executive war powers. Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, 33(1), 1439-148. Document ID: 1950961981. Foley, B. (2007). Guantanamo and beyond: Dangers of rigging the rules. Journal of Criminal Law &amp...
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  • Guantanamo Bay and Habeas Corpus
    guantánamo bay, cuba. The American Journal of International Law, 102(4), 848-854. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/201159775?accountid=32521 Foley, B. J. (2007). GUANTANAMO AND BEYOND: DANGERS OF RIGGING THE RULES. Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology,97(4), 1009-1069. Retrieved...
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  • Habeas Corpus
    Science Quarterly 126.4 (Winter 2011/2012): 703-704 Foley, B.J. (2007) Guantanamo and Beyond: Dangers of Rigging the Rules. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 97(4), 1009-1069 Hafetz, J.L. (1998). The untold story on noncriminal habeas corpus and the 1966 immigration acts. The Yale Law Journal 107...
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  • The Fourth Amendmet
    employees do not have reasonable rights to privacy regarding their work related electronic information, such as emails and documents on their computers at work.” (Revolutionary War and Beyond/4th amendment 2010). Evidence that is found without using the proper search and seizure rules...
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  • THE HISTORY OF HABEAS CORPUS
    illegal combatants. A place was chosen in Guantanamo Bay on a United States Naval Base. President Bush chose this location because it was on land leased from Cuba, and was beyond the reach of the United States Court System so detainees couldn't be tried in our courts. They are held there for the...
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  • History of American Liberties
    from http://www.bop.gov/inmate_programs/visiting.jsp Foley, B. (2007). Guantanamo and beyond: Dangers of rigging the rules. Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 97(4), 1009-10069. Document ID: 1466824931. Retrieved from ProQuest Central database, in the Ashford Online Library...
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  • Mhkklknp[[
    on his way to Guantanamo. There, abuse continued as "the rule, not the exception," Ahmed recalls. Interrogations would be as often as twice a day, or as lengthy as twelve hours, he adds. Such interrogations were done under the pretense that the world was unaware prisoners were being held at the...
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  • Habeas Corpus and the War on Terror
    great lengths to go beyond the reach of the judicial system which enforces the writ of Habeas Corpus. These actions have been highly debated all across the nation and even the world. Did the tragedy of September 11th, justify the actions of the Former-President? Was and is it fair that people were...
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  • Indefintite Detention Aff
    specialists from the United Nations and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights highlighted. “At Guantánamo, the indefinite detention of individuals, most of whom have not been charged, goes far beyond a minimally reasonable period of time and causes a state of suffering, stress, fear and...
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  • Civil Liberties, Habeas Corpus, and the War on Terror
    . Former President George W. Bush and his administration set out to capture those thought to be responsible for the terrorist attacks on American soil. In addition Former President Bush and his administration went to great lengths to go beyond the reach of the judicial system which...
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  • Erica
    the global regime of non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, and the danger it poses to peace and stability in the region and beyond , Deploring the DPRK’s announcement of withdrawal from the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and its pursuit of nuclear weapons , Deploring further...
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  • Early American Imperialism
    Theodore Roosevelt abused the situation to the utmost, leading to relationships that continue to exist to this very day. The start of the empire can be drawn to February 1895 and the start of the rebellion in Cuba. Numerous rebellions had occurred in Cuba to over the years of Spanish rule. While...
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  • Contractor Safety Manual
     ..............................................................................................................  5  6 5.17.9.2  Operating Procedures  ................................................................................................................  6  . 6 5.17.9.3  Rigging Requirements...
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  • Terrorists Detainment
    and dangers of criminal trials have been vastly overstated. 4 They therefore argue that all terrorism trials should take place in federal courts under traditional rules. Finally, a third group argues that we need a special tribunal of some sort—a so-called “national security court”—with special rules...
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  • The Cask of Amontillado
    ACT I. The legend of Tristan and Isolde (Tristram and Iseult) takes place during the Middle Ages, when knighthood and the chivalric code prevailed. On board ship from Ireland to Cornwall, a sailor's voice resounds from the rigging. His song about an Irish girl annoys the fiery Isolde, who is being...
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