CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 11, 2007
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(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) A federal appeals court ruling that civilian suspects cannot be held indefinitely even if classified as an enemy combatant examined; details given about the case of Ali al-Marri, who has been held without charge for four years with the ruling and dissent by Judges Diana Gribon Motz and Henry Hudson quoted. [Al-Marri attorney Jonathan HAFETZ- outlines the law.] The implications of the ruling for those held at Guantanamo and for President Bush's administration noted. [CBS News legal analyst Andrew COHEN- comments on the detainees.]
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