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Sabin Willett

Doing battle with due process

By Sabin Willett
June 23, 2008

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WHEN THE Supreme Court issued its recent Guantanamo ruling, hysteria overcame some administration supporters. "One of the worst decisions in the history of the country," declared Senator John McCain. Americans will "almost certainly" die as prisoners "return to the kill," wrote a furious Justice Antonin Scalia. A Wall Street Journal editor darkly warned that the Constitution is "not a suicide ... (Full article: 663 words)

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