In January, 11 Guantanamo Bay detainees filed a new challenge to their ongoing detention. Since then, several other parties have responded with their own briefs.
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The D.C. Circuit heard arguments in Al-Alwi v. Trump on March 20, considering the legality of the detention of Moath Hamza Ahmed al-Alwi under statutory and constitutional authority.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit heard oral argument on Tuesday in Al-Alwi v. Trump. The panel was composed of Chief Judge Merrick Garland and Judges Karen Henderson and Thomas Griffith. Sonia M. Carson argued for the government. Ramzi Kassem argued for al-Alwi.
Listen to the full audio of the argument here.
Another individual held at Guantanamo Bay has launched a new round of challenges to his detention.
The D.C. Circuit will hear oral argument on Moath Hamza Ahmed al-Alwi’s latest challenge to his detention at Guantanamo Bay on Tuesday: here’s the current state of the proceedings.
U.S. officials have indicated that the repatriation of Ahmed al-Darbi to his native Saudi Arabia did not take place on Feb. 20 as set forth in his plea agreement.
A summary of the Center for Constitutional Rights’ habeas petition for 11 Guantanamo detainees.
A response to a group of Guantanamo detainees who argue that U.S. government’s authority to use military detention under the 2001 authorization for the use of military force has quietly expired.
Don't look now but the long dormant world of Guantanamo habeas litigation is getting at least a little bit less sleepy.
Last November, a detainee named Guled Hassan Duran, an alum of the CIA's RDI program, filed a new habeas petition.
If we want to protect the country, we should close the GTMO detention facility.