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Documents: Government Response to Court Order in ACLU v. Mattis and Response Briefs

By Garrett Hinck
Friday, December 1, 2017, 4:08 PM

On Nov. 30, the Justice Department responded to D.C. District Court Judge Tanya Chutkan's order in ACLU v. Mattis for the government to say whether the unnamed American citizen detainee being held as an enemy combatant had requested counsel and whether he invoked his right to habeas corpus. The ACLU then filed a reponse brief. On Dec. 1, the Justice Department filed a response opposing the ACLU's brief. All three documents are below. 

Government Response

 

 

ACLU Response 

 

 

Government Reply to the ACLU's Brief  

 

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