by John Yoo
October 4, 2006 New legislation on the treatment of terrorism suspects is designed to limit hundreds of petitions from Guantanamo detainees that have flooded federal courts, according to John Yoo, who helped formulate the Bush administration's enemy-combatant policies.
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