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  • The trickiest bit is the citizenship of the combatant, but Ex Parte Quirin established that U.S. citizens operating as part of an enemy military organization can be treated as enemy combatants and tried by military tribunals as such.

    Matthew Yglesias » Endgame

  • Español · Japón: Sobre cómo percibir la web japonesa (Tercera Parte)

    Global Voices in English » Japan: On How to Perceive the Japanese Web (Part Three)

  • Mark Field: If this were true, then Ex Parte Milligan was wrongly decided.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Opinio Juris Discussions of Targeting of US Citizen

  • On reviewing their military trial and death sentences, the Justices declared: "Citizenship in the United States of an enemy belligerent does not relieve him from the consequences" Ex Parte Quirin, 1942.

    From Gettysburg to Anwar al-Awlaki

  • For those students who did not settle, next comes the “John Doe – ex Parte lawsuit phase”, (the University is then again forced to use its money and resources to identify those student by name that MediaSentry “has discovered”).

    MediaSentry and RIAA: government probe?

  • If this were true, then Ex Parte Milligan was wrongly decided.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Opinio Juris Discussions of Targeting of US Citizen

  • Parte da iniciativa dos participantes de encontrarem as outras palavras e compilarem a história.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Associated Press An MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle in Afghanistan As for the idea that his citizenship should give him protection from attack, it is worth recalling that in the case of Nazi saboteurs arrested in the U.S. in 1942 the case of Ex Parte Quirin, two of them were U.S. citizens.

    Terror on Trial

  • Parte da iniciativa dos participantes de encontrarem as outras palavras e compilarem a história.

    SKIN

  • As for the idea that Awlaki was entitled to special consideration on account of his U.S. citizenship, the Supreme Court made its views clear in the 1942 Ex Parte Quirin case dealing with Nazi saboteurs: "Citizenship in the United States of an enemy belligerent does not relieve him from the consequences of belligerency."

    Killing Awlaki

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