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New Yorkers Won't Let Eric Holder Forget; Plus: Supreme Court Rejects Ex-Gitmo Detainees' Torture Suit
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Corruptocrat AG Eric Holder was in Long Island over the weekend to speak at his brother’s congregation at Memorial Presbyterian Church.

Gathering of Eagles NY has photos and video of a citizen protest against Holder’s terrorist-coddling policies.

Never forget. Keep on them.

Watch Keep America Safe’s new video, “Raise Your Voices:”

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Related breaking news this morning from SCOTUS:

The Supreme Court has refused to take up an appeal from former Guantanamo Bay detainees who say they were tortured and denied religious rights.

The justices rejected the appeal without comment Monday. Four British men say they were beaten, shackled in painful stress positions and threatened by dogs during their time at the U.S. naval base in Cuba from 2002 to 2004.

More from SCOTUSBlog:

The Court’s denial of review of Rasul, et al., v. Myers, et al. (09-227) leaves intact a federal appeals court ruling that former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and ten military officers are legally immune to claims of torture and religious bias against inmates who were at Guantanamo but have since been released. The Obama Administration had urged the Court not to hear the case, saying that, whatever claims the four ex-detainees were now making, they had no legal basis for those challenges at the time they were at the U.S. military prison in Cuba — that is, between January 2002 and March 2004.

The D.C. Circuit Court had ruled in favor of immunity, and in doing so avoiding a repeat of its earlier decision — vacated by the Supreme Court — that Guantanamo prisoners had no constitutional rights. The Justices had ordered reconsideration of that conclusion.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: 9/11, Corruption, Eric Holder, Gitmo