Unlike Afghan leaders, Obama fights for power of indefinite military detention | Glenn Greenwald
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Unlike Afghan leaders, Obama fights for power of indefinite military detention | Glenn Greenwald

Kabul : Afghanistan | Sep 18, 2012 at 8:22 AM PDT
Source: The Guardian
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Bagram airbase was used by the US to detain its 'high-value' targets during the 'war on terror' and is still Afghanistan's main military prison. Photograph: Dar Yasin/AP In May, something extremely rare happened: a federal court applied the US constitution to impose some limits on the powers of the... FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian
 
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