Kuhn, Walter E.
June 2011
Seton Hall Legislative Journal;Jun2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p221
The article focuses on military detention policy reforms that were proposed in the Terrorist Detention Review Reform Act (TDERRA). It discusses an analysis of the power of U.S. President Barack Obama to detain enemy belligerents in the War on Terror. It also explores the process of habeas corpus proceedings for the present and coming enemy belligerents. It also considers other issues which are not examined in TDERRA, along with the condition of the Guantanamo Bay detention center.


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