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An Essay about the Internment of the Men at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and the Court Proceedings which Took Place Afterward
With our ongoing "war on terrorism," Americans have become ridiculously paranoid to terrorist attack. We go to extreme measures to keep ourselves safe, even if it means that we are giving up some of our Constitutional rights. We have even gone to such actions as the declaration of war on Iraq, the heightening if airport security, the placement of further restrictions on immigration, and the internment of foreign nationals on counts of terrorist involvement. As these foreign nationals pursue claims brought under the U.S. Constitution, it comes to the court's attention that the United States may not have jurisdiction in these cases. The fact that the internees were captured in a land outside the geographical boundaries of the United States may come to show that the United States does not have jurisdiction in these cases. Because the Petitioners and Plaintiffs were captured at the United States military base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, the United States does not have jurisdiction over these cases of Rasul v. Bush and Odah v. United States. That is, the petitioners and Plaintiffs do not have access to U.S. courts and our Due Process of Law as stated in the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution.…
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