"In the 2-1 decision, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel found that the federal Military Commissions Act doesn't strip Ali al-Marri of his constitutional rights to challenge his accusers in court," Associated Press reports. "It ruled the government must allow him to be released from military detention."The Raw Story | Court rules US can't detain enemy combatants without charges
The court panel said that "to uphold such extraordinary power would effectively undermine all of the freedoms recognized by the Constitution."
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