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Court rules against Bush's enemy combatant policy (access required)

(AP) The Bush administration cannot legally detain a U.S. resident it believes is an al-Qaida sleeper agent without charging him, a divided panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday. The court said sanctioning the indefinite detention of civilians would have "disastrous consequences for the Constitution - and the country." In the 2-1 ...

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