Eric Freedman

Professor of Law at Hofstra University School of Law

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Professor of Law at Hofstra University School of Law in Hempstead, New York and a consultant and coordinator to all litigation relating to Guantánamo detainees

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With the leadership of Vice President Cheney, the Bush Administration has insisted that what it calls "illegal combatants in the war on terror" have no rights at all, that Congress has…

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