Court Weighs Arguments in Guantanamo Appeals Judges on the D.C. Circuit Federal Appeals Court are weighing how much information they can consider when they hear appeals from Guantanamo Bay detainees.
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Court Weighs Arguments in Guantanamo Appeals

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Court Weighs Arguments in Guantanamo Appeals

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Court Weighs Arguments in Guantanamo Appeals

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Guantanamo Bay detainees can appeal their status as enemy combatants at the D.C. Circuit Federal Appeals Court

Now, lawyers are arguing over how much information judges can consider when they hear these appeals.

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