Britain Set to Condemn Indefinite Detention of Terror Suspects
The last four of the British detainees held at Guantanamo arrived back in Britain today. The British Government will decide what happens to them next. But, this is significant--Britain is about to reject such treatment for its own terror detainees:
The home secretary, Charles Clarke, is expected to announce today that he will accept the law lords' ruling that the indefinite detention without trial of 12 terror suspects in Britain breaches human rights laws.
Meanwhile, the four released detainees are complaining of gross acts of mistreatment:
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