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|quote="But these senators allowed the suspension of habeas petitions for many detainees, including those who may be entirely innocent. And if the prohibitions on habeas rights become law -- the prisoners can be held for the rest of their lives on the secret evidence and the coerced interrogations that the three senators tried to remedy in their bill. "
 
|quote="But these senators allowed the suspension of habeas petitions for many detainees, including those who may be entirely innocent. And if the prohibitions on habeas rights become law -- the prisoners can be held for the rest of their lives on the secret evidence and the coerced interrogations that the three senators tried to remedy in their bill. "
 
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{{opinion|Military Commissions Act of 2006|Compromise bill should be passed|against}}
 
{{opinion|Military Commissions Act of 2006|Compromise bill should be passed|against}}

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Author(s) Nat Hentoff
Source The Washington Times
Date September 25, 2006
URL http://www3.washingtontimes.com/op-ed/20060924-085114-5992r.htm
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Quotes-start.png "But these senators allowed the suspension of habeas petitions for many detainees, including those who may be entirely innocent. And if the prohibitions on habeas rights become law -- the prisoners can be held for the rest of their lives on the secret evidence and the coerced interrogations that the three senators tried to remedy in their bill. " Quotes-end.png


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This item argues against the position Compromise bill should be passed on the topic Military Commissions Act of 2006.