My Guantánamo Nightmare.
Lakhdar Boumediene was imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay for seven years without explanation or charge until his case made it to the Supreme Court, leading to a decision
which bears his name and his release ordered by a federal judge. The NYTimes has his and another account from another former detainee: Notes From a Guantánamo Survivor
Court Affirms Ban on Aiding Groups Tied to Terror.
"In a case
pitting free speech against national security, the Supreme Court on Monday upheld a federal law
(PDF) that makes it a crime to provide 'material support'
to foreign terrorist organizations, even if the help takes the form of training for peacefully resolving conflicts