By Holly Karapetkova
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Summary The United States must not forget why we are fighting the war on terrorism. We are fighting the war on terrorism to ensure that democratic rule prevails over tyranny and despotism. We must, however, not sacrifice our civil liberties in the War on Terror. S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor said it best in the Court’s June 2004 opinion in Hamdi v. S. courts. Justice O’Connor wrote: Striking the proper constitutional balance here is of great importance to the Nation during this period of ongoing combat.
Terrorist networks could piece together bits of information from different deportation hearings that could cause setbacks for the War on Terror. The 6th Circuit said that perhaps there is some measure of truth to the “mosaic argument” but that it did not justify blanket closure. The court explained: Furthermore, there seems to be no limit to the Government’s argument. The Government could use its ‘mosaic intelligence’ argument as a justification to close any public hearing completely and categorically, including criminal proceedings.
Bellahouel’s case is a drastic departure from this tradition. It exemplifies a completely secret court system, one hidden from the news media and the American people. No one knows how many cases like Bellahouel’s exist; for all we know, hundreds of detainees could be claiming mistreatment by the government. The government, of course, is happy to litigate these cases in secrecy. Why, after all, would it want to be accountable to its citizens for detentions that appear in many cases to be based on little more than racial profiling?
Cheerleading by Holly Karapetkova