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Why Captured Terrorists Can Be Detained Indefinitely

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. 1,013 more words


Indefinite Detention News

Here’s an article about an important Supreme Court case which is going to be very important.

From http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/06/26/533988735/supreme-court-will-re-hear-immigrant-indefinite-detention-case

Supreme Court Will Re-Hear Immigrant Indefinite Detention Case…

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What We Don't Know

One more post about prison stuff, then back to the European travelogue.

A couple organizations have been pushing legislation that would improve conditions in solitary confinement in Minnesota prisons.  688 more words


Susan B

I know you people don’t “like” it when I writing about prison issues instead of travel. Literally, the prison posts are the least liked of my posts. 204 more words


'Our day is coming sooner than later'

What’s up world? I’m so tired of being in here. I’ve been here 20 months, my life is on hold. What happened to staying out until 11:00? 146 more words

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How Obama Is Giving Trump The Gift Of Indefinite Detention

When he takes office, Donald Trump will have the power to indefinitely detain… anyone he wants. And if you thought the most alarming part about that sentence was the fact that Donald Trump is the one in power, then you’re part of the problem. 267 more words

Government Corruption

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Dear —,

My deepest apologies. This letter is well overdue. Through no other fault than my own, I have avoided writing for the past 12-14 months. 283 more words

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