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some held in custody

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Sami Abu-Zahri, spokesman of Hamas Movement, reported that Hamas will not recognize the new government in absence of the Ministry of Detainees and Ex-Detainees, and will instead present the Ministry of Detainees and Ex-Detainees to the Palestinian Liberation Organization.
The release and transfer of detainees is a combined effort of the I Corps provost marshal, major subordinate commanders, Task Force 134, the GOI, and provincial Iraqi leaders.
Most Guantanamo detainees have already languished in prison for eight years without trial, and the commission--consisting of officials from the intelligence, military, Defense, Homeland Security, State, and Justice departments--concluded the following of the 48 detainees who would remain in prison without trial indefinitely: "Generally these detainees cannot be prosecuted because either there is presently insufficient admissible evidence to establish the detainee's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt in either a federal court or military commission, or the detainee's conduct does not constitute a chargeable offense in either a federal court or military commission.
In theory, these "biscuit teams" would advise interrogators on how to develop a rapport with detainees, but in practice, things were less Dale Carnegie-esque.
Amnesty International was quick to dismiss the reports, citing that the visit was an "inadequate investigation" of the entire prison, and one lawyer representing several of the detainees called it a "public relations stunt.
As White House Counsel, Gonzales advised President Bush to not apply Geneva protections to detainees captured in Afghanistan, in part because this "substantially reduces the threat of domestic criminal prosecution under the War Crimes Act," Gonzales wrote in his January 25, 2002, memo to the President.
Many of the detainees are able to call their families only late at night, when it is daytime in their home country.
In 1998, Jack Wroten, director of the Bureau of Sexually Transmitted Disease and Control for Florida's Department of Health, met with officials from Miami-Dade County's Health Department and Department of Corrections on the need to screen jail detainees for STDs.
Saturday, May 3, 2014, former political prisoner, head of the Census Department at the Palestinian Ministry of Detainees, Abdul-Nasser Ferwana, stated that, by the end of last month, April 2014, the number of detainees, held by Israel, arrived to 5100.
The Bagram Theater Internment Facility (BTIF), located at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, houses a number of Operation Enduring Freedom detainees.
Since Guantanamo Bay is technically foreign territory, the detainees have no rights under the U.
government treat the detainees in a manner that conforms to international law.
There is no legal precedent for permitting these detainees to have access to the U.
PNN On the Occasion of Palestinian Prisoners Day -- The 17th of April More than 20,000 Palestinians were under administrative detention in Israeli jails since 2002 Around 4,700 Palestinians are still under detention of whom 23 have been in jail for more than 25 years The Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics and Ministry of Detainees and Ex-detainees issue a press release on the occasion of the 17th of April - The Palestinian Detainees Day.