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Am I the only one who finds this worrying?
At least they're getting a trial. The POWs in Guantanamo Bay from Afghanistan were just sent there directly.
The 14th Amendment and due process....no more cases please! lol I've had way too many cases to study that deal with the 14th.
The 'Irish' cases refered to did get a 'trial'. It was only decades later that the 'verdicts' given were overturned. Just as thirty years later, the truth about 'Bloody Sunday' is finally being recognised.
What is this '14th' you refered to? Are you training to be a golf lawyer?
I was just saying the article reminded me of the 14th Amendment in the US Constitution. In the 14th, all persons are entitled to due process of the law, equal right and privileges of the law, and equal representation despite color, race, religion, or any other distinguishable factors of the like that may set them apart from society.
lol No golf lawyer here. Maybe probably a US diplomat hopefully someday to Israel or Africa. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif
Too many sand bunkers in Isreal! 19th hole the most interesting, and far and away the best place to tout for business!
I'm a tennis fan myself, so we could just water down the sand to make a clay court like at Roland Garros. ;) :D
Yup, I'm a tennis fan!
What do you think about the 14th amendment in Argentina?
her boobs r too small. just my answer/ i know not a good one.
In Argentina? :confused: Please elaborate. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif I'm not that politically savvy. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif
'Lechery, lechery; still, wars and lechery: nothing else holds fashion.'
Lechery and war...sounds just like Catch-22. ;)
Question for you Celli......I don't know alot about certain specifics of law, but aren't the POW's exempt from the 14th Amendment because they are POW's? They don't get the same treatment as regular folk. The military has it's own brand of law, right? :confused: :confused:
Oh...what's the Supreme Court case.... But you're righ ambico. There was a SC case that established that 14th Amendment right can be abridged depending on the circumstances. I believe it's called the Clear and Present Danger Test.
Short answer on the 14th Amendment: Only applies to US citizens
Long answer is going to take awhile...
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