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_creationDateOctober 19, 2006 8:06:00 PM
_modificationDateApril 6, 2007 3:47:15 PM
_creatorYaron Koren
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TopicHamdan v. Rumsfeld
Position_fragmentSupreme Court was correct in its ruling
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Position_linkSupreme Court was correct in its ruling
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TopicMilitary Commissions Act of 2006
Position_fragmentAct should be overturned
PositionMilitary Commissions Act of 2006 / Act should be overturned
Position_linkAct should be overturned
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AuthorJohn Yoo
SourceThe Wall Street Journal
DateOctober 19, 2006
URLhttp://www.opinionjournal.com/editorial/feature.html?id=110009113
Quote"In Hamdan, the court moved to sweep aside decades of law and practice so as to forge a grand new role for the courts to open their doors to enemy war prisoners. Led by John Paul Stevens and abetted by Anthony Kennedy, the majority ignored or creatively misread the court's World War II precedents. The approach catered to the legal academy, whose tastes run to swashbuckling assertions of judicial supremacy and radical innovations, rather than hewing to wise but boring precedents."
SummaryCongress to Courts: 'Get Out of the War on Terror' by John Yoo (The Wall Street Journal, October 19, 2006) (view)