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No Civil Damages for ‘Enemy Combatant’ (access required)

An Algerian detained by Pakistani authorities in 2002 and released to Algeria in 2008 after being detained at Guantanamo Bay military base as an “enemy combatant” of the U.S. cannot sue the U.S. government for the detainee’s alleged ill treatment; the 4th Circuit upholds dismissal of the suit for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. Plaintiff Mammar ...

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