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Developments in GTMO Emergency Motion on Water and Cold

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Monday, April 8, 2013 at 8:53 PM

Earlier today, in Anam et. al. v. Obama, the district court sought further briefing on its power to hear a GTMO detainee’s complaints of mistreatment by detention personnel. Background: an April 15 hearing had been set on hunger striker Mus’ab Omar al-Madhwani’s emergency motion “for humanitarian and life-saving relief.”  In the filing, the detainee’s attorneys said GTMO officials had denied al-Madhwani . . .
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Argument Preview: Hatim v. Obama

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Monday, November 8, 2010 at 10:43 PM

(by Larkin Reynolds and Benjamin Wittes) Tomorrow, D.C. Circuit Judges Karen LeCraft Henderson, A. Raymond Randolph, and Stephen Williams will hear oral argument in Hatim v. Obama, a habeas merits appeal of some potential importance. The case is a government appeal from Judge Ricardo Urbina’s district court decision granting the writ to Saleh Hatim, a Yemeni national.  . . .
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