Saturday, September 19, 2020
In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.

No more ‘enemy combatants’

The Bush Administration, in its headlong assault against the Constitution, freedom and basic human rights, used the term 'enemy combatants' as a way to detain anyone whey wanted without due process.

The Obama Administration announced Friday it would no longer use the term but the change does not signal a complete end to holding terror suspects at will. The White House said it will continue to assert power to hold such suspects at Guantanamo Bay and other facilities.

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The Bush Administration, in its headlong assault against the Constitution, freedom and basic human rights, used the term ‘enemy combatants’ as a way to detain anyone whey wanted without due process.

The Obama Administration announced Friday it would no longer use the term but the change does not signal a complete end to holding terror suspects at will. The White House said it will continue to assert power to hold such suspects at Guantanamo Bay and other facilities.

U.S. Won’t Label Terror Suspects as ‘Combatants’The Obama administration said it would not use “enemy combatant” in reference to Guantánamo Bay detainees, but asserted a power to detain them

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