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Still Searching for a Strategy Four Years After Sept. 11 Attacks

Four years after the terrorist attacks of 2001, the government has yet to settle on a consistent strategy for holding and punishing people it says are terrorists. Its efforts remain a work in progress, notable for false starts and a reluctance to have the executive branch’s broadest claims tested in the courts. Last year, three Supreme Court decisions turned back the administration’s boldest positions. Government lawyers do not seem eager to give the justices a vehicle for elaboration, at least not one that involves Jose Padilla, an American citizen captured on American soil. Full Story

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