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Terrorism / Hamdan Case #770253

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 08, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kelli Arena) A federal judge's ruling in the case of Salim Hamdan†, who is accused of being Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden††'s bodyguard & driver & is a prisoner at Guantanamo Bay, examined; details given of President Bush's view that Hamdan is an enemy combatant. [Duke University law school Scott SILLIMAN†- outlines the issue of presidential powers; assesses the implications of the judge's opinion for the government.] Statement from the Justice Department's Mark Corallo† about the judge's ruling quoted. [Washington Legal Foundation Richard SAMP†- suspects the decision will be reversed.] Previous legal rulings by federal courts & the Supreme Court mentioned & discussed.

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Arena, Kelli
Duration:
00:03:40

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