Well, its nice to see the current administration can act quickly and efficiently to something: The Military Commissions Act President Bush signed on Wednesday led almost immediately to a notification being sent to the U.S. District Court that it lacks jurisdiction to consider habeas petitions from Gitmo detainees. Critiques of the act are online from the ACLU and Center for Constitutional Rights.
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