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Supreme Court to Rule on Terror Detainee

The Supreme Court expanded its review of government anti-terrorism measures Friday, agreeing to hear the case of a U.S.-born man captured during the fighting in Afghanistan and held incommunicado and without charges. The high court said it will consider the appeal from Yaser Esam Hamdi, whom the government has labeled an enemy combatant ineligible for ordinary legal protections and a danger to the United States. Hamdi’s case tests the legal and constitutional rights of U.S. citizens captured in the war or terrorism, and raises wider questions about the balance between security and liberty. It is the second major terrorism-related case the high court will hear this term. Full Story

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