Wednesday, September 15, 2010

The Constitution

The writ of habeas corpus was suspended four times in America's history. Haabeas corpus is the leagl concept that a prisoner has the right to challenge the basis of confinement--to demand that government produce a valid reason for detention.

Guantanamo Bay Prison Mississippi did not ratify the 13th Amendment, the one that abolished slavery, until 1995.

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