The longer he's held without the government naming him, giving him access to counsel and letting a judge review his detention, the more alarmed you should be.
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The same logic that has made military detentions of U.S. citizens rare and transient will create pressure for a law enforcement disposition in the case of the citizen ISIS fighter held in military custody.
A key Department of Defense policy document on detention operations may be of heightened interest as the government holds a U.S. citizen linked to the Islamic State.
The Pentagon has confirmed that an American citizen is being held in U.S. military custody in Syria or Iraq as an enemy combatant
Proxy Detention of a U.S. Citizen in Iraq? A Glimpse Into a Murky but Important Category of Detention
A U.S. citizen from Virginia by the name of Mohamad Khweis apparently was held in detention for three months by Kurdish authorities in Iraq, with the U.S. government seemingly exercising considerable control over the situation.
Georgetown's Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault looks at Trump's campaign rhetoric and describes the peril of his position on torture.
Today marks the seventieth anniversary of the closing of the last of the World War II “Relocation Centers” established by the federal government to intern Japanese Americans during the War. The anniversary constitutes an appropriate occasion to recognize an unsung hero in the movement to close the internment camps: Mitsuye Endo.
Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) introduced legislation yesterday that would prohibit the closing of the Guantanamo Bay detention facility as well as bar transfers of remaining detainees to any foreign country through September 2017.
The United States transferred two Libyan detainees, Omar Khalifa Mohammed Abu Bakr and Salem Abdul Salem Ghereby, from Guantanamo Bay to Senegal on Monday.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee is hearing testimony this morning on the Administration's plan to close the Guantanamo Bay Detention Facility.