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Shows featuring Jonathan Hafetz

  • In Major Setback for Bush Administration, Federal Court Rules U.S. Cannot Detain Legal Residents Without Charge as "Enemy Combatants" Almarritn
    The ruling came in the case of the only person still held as an enemy combatant on U.S. soil — Ali al-Marri, who was arrested five years ago at his home in Peoria, Illinois. Writing for the majority, Judge Diana Gribbon Motz said authorizing indefinite military detention "would have disastrous consequences for the Constitution — and the country."
    June 12, 2007 | Story
  • Documenting Peruvian Prison Conditions
    With the hostage crisis in Peru well into its fourth month, there’s still little optimism that a negotiated end to the standoff can be reached. Just this weekend, President Alberto Fujimori again rejected key demands of the Tupac Amaru rebels that are holding 72 diplomats and Peruvian government officials inside the Japanes ambassador’s residence. The sticking point in negotiations...
    April 01, 1997 | Story