You know: the evidence that proves that the inmates are, in the words of the president, the "worst of the worst". It needs revision before real courts look at it:

The government has stood behind the evidence for years. Military review boards relied on it to justify holding hundreds of prisoners indefinitely without charge. Justice Department attorneys said it was thoroughly and fairly reviewed. Now that federal judges are about to review the evidence, however, the government says it needs to make changes.

Padilla all over again.

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