Supreme Court blots a stain

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Author(s) The Philadelphia Inquirer editorial board
Source The Philadelphia Inquirer
Date June 13, 2008
Quotes-start.png "Even so, Bush fought hard against according even the basic legal rights granted an American under arrest. After two previous Supreme Court rulings tripped up the justice-lite system set up by Bush lawyers to put the detainees on trial, the president did the unthinkable: He convinced a compliant Congress to outlaw the federal courts from intervening under the Constitution's most fundamental human-rights precept - the writ of habeas corpus, which grants prisoners an impartial court review of their detention" Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Supreme Court was correct in its ruling on the topic Boumediene v. Bush.