Monday, July 10, 2006
Ralph Peters proposes a humane and definitive resolution to problems arising from the difficulty in interpreting the Hamdan decision. Effective implementation would eliminate all concerns regarding the existence of a possibility of mistreatment as well as putting to rest the question of how long prisoners may expect to be held. The solution has the additional benefit of being inexpensive in application and if applied efficiently would allow Justice Stevens to focus on more pressing matters. Such as retirement.
Posted by Rick Ballard at 9:52 AM