Politics & Government

June 23, 2008

In a first, court says military erred in a Guantanamo case

A Washington, D.C., appeals court ruled "invalid" the Pentagon's declaration that Guantanamo detainee Huzaifa Parhat was an enemy combatant and ordered that he be set free, sent to a third country, or given a new hearing under procedures acceptable to the court. The court didn't release its full ruling, which was being vetted to remove classified information.

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