nationalsecuritylaw al-Hajj v. Obama (D.D.C. May 23, 2011) (largely granting motion to strike detainee interrogation statements from gvt’s return in GTMO habeas proceeding)

* al-Hajj v. Obama (D.D.C. May 23, 2011) (largely granting motion to strike detainee interrogation statements from gvt’s return in GTMO habeas proceeding)

The opinion is here, and my detailed description of the holding is here. The opinion will be of interest to those who want to understand how the GTMO habeas process deals with allegations that inculpatory statements were obtained by coercion or under the influence of past coercion.

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