Comment: They do for an arrest warrant.

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They do for an arrest warrant.

Due process wasn't followed.

You can only arrest someone if you are following them after seeing a crime committed. Otherwise, you go to a judge, state the evidence that makes it seem likely the person committed a crime, and get an arrest warrant.

I have seen no newspaper account of arrest warrants issued or what information was given to a judge to lead him to believe there was a sufficient cause for an arrest warrant should be issued.

This is why he is now suddenly "an enemy combatant". There is no evidence, and no arrest warrant.

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