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Argument: Enemy combatants are afforded a form of habeas corpus

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Morris Davis. "The Guantánamo I Know". New York Times. June 26, 2007 - "Each accused receives a copy of the charges in his native language." This qualifies as habeus corpus (ie. charging the imprisoned with a specific crime).

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