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Imagine, if you can, living in a country that imprisons people not suspected of any crime, without the agreement of a judge, and with no release date.
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Last week I attended the 2018 Bristol Law Conference, organised by University of Bristol students. The theme ‘The Age of Terror’ instinctually makes me cringe slightly, but the speakers tempted me to attend. 1,174 more words
Guantánamo, Torture and the Trump Agenda + The Hideous Pointlessness of Donald Trump’s Executive Order Keeping Guantánamo Open by Andy Worthington
A controversial practice of the U.S. government is indefinite detention: “detaining an arrested person by a national government or law enforcement agency without a trial.”1 Many people believe that if a terrorist suspect is captured, the individual should be charged and tried in a civilian court. 1,025 more words
Here’s an article about an important Supreme Court case which is going to be very important.
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Supreme Court Will Re-Hear Immigrant Indefinite Detention Case…