- n. Plural form of detainee.
“Do you really think treatment of detainees is going to be an issue in the primaries?”
“But applying it to WoT detainees is scary, because the war on AQ could realistically go on at a low simmer forever.”
“My force policy on searching of prisoners in the custody office, for transexual/transgender detainees, is that they should be regarded as being the sex that they ‘live as’.”
“National Journal in 2006 ran perhaps the most comprehensive study of the Guantanamo population and concluded that "Much of the evidence against the detainees is weak.”
“Illinois state officials have said the plan would call for housing federal prisoners, including some detainees from the Guantanamo Bay prison camp in the largely vacant maximum-security facility in northern Illinois.”
“Washington (CNN) – A limited number of detainees from the Guantanamo Bay prison will be transferred to a prison in Illinois, President Obama will announce Tuesday, a senior administration official said.”
“President Barack Obama has directed the federal government to buy the near-empty state prison in rural Thomson, Ill., to house federal inmates and up to 100 detainees from the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, officials said late Monday.”
“Humiliation of prisoners and detainees is not the way of the State of Israel, nor that of the Jewish people.”
“Such maltreatment of detainees is expressly prohibited by the Geneva Conventions.”
“Update Former Bush administration official Peter D. Keisler told the New York Times today that the attack on the Justice Department lawyers who defended detainees is "wrong" because "there is a longstanding and very honorable tradition of lawyers representing unpopular or controversial clients.”
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