SCOTUSBlog analyzes the latest detainee ruling:

A special military appeals court ruled on Monday that judges who preside over "military commissions" have the power to decide on their own who is an "unlawful enemy combatant" and thus can be tried on charges of war crimes. Deciding its first case in a way that gives the Pentagon a major -- but not a complete -- legal victory…

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