June 12, 2008
I'm still reading the 134 page decision, but here's an early highlight:
"Petitioners have the constitutional privilege of habeas corpus.
They are not barred from seeking the writ or invoking the Suspension
Clause’s protections because they have been designated as enemy
combatants or because of their presence at Guantanamo."
This could be read as the Court drawing a line in the sand against the Bush Administration. If Bush fails to comply, then that is an impeachable offense. (and, one that the House might actually follow up on, nice try Kucinich)