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RESPONDENTS’ EXHIBITS

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EXHIBIT 1

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Procedures For Filing Documents





Unclassified Filings By Petitioner

Until further order of this court, any pleading or other document filed by

Classified Filings By Petitioner

2.




petitioner that petitioner’s counsel does not believe contains classified information and has no
reason to believe contains classified information is authorized for direct filing in the CM/ECF
system consistent with the regular electronic filing practices of this Court. See Local Civil Rule
5.4. Presumptively classified information that petitioner’s counsel has learned from petitioner,
see Revised Procedures For Counsel Access To Detainees At The U.S. Naval Base In
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba §§ IV.A.6, IX.B, but has not been determined to be unclassified, shall
not be filed in the CM/ECF system. Presumptively classified information shall be filed pursuant
to the procedures specified in paragraph 2 below.




Any pleading or other document filed by petitioner that petitioner’s counsel
knows or has reason to believe contains classified information, or is uncertain whether the
document contains classified information, shall be filed under seal with the Court Security
Officers (“CSO”). The document must be marked with the appropriate classification marking
(e.g., “SECRET”). The time of physical submission to the Court Security Officers shall be
considered the date and time of filing. At the time of making a submission to the Court Security
Officer, petitioner’s counsel shall file on the public record in the CM/ECF system a “Notice of
Filing” notifying the Court that a submission has been made to the CSO and specifying in
general terms the nature of the filing without disclosing any potentially classified information.


Upon receipt, the CSO will then deliver to the Court and counsel for
respondents any pleading or other document filed by petitioner that may contain classified
information. The CSO will forward the document to the appropriate government agencies and
departments for their determination as to whether the pleading or other document contains
classified information. To facilitate this review, petitioner’s counsel shall identify each
paragraph of the document that counsel believes may contain classified information by marking
each paragraph with an appropriate classification marking or otherwise specifically identifying
such paragraphs. If, following review by the appropriate government agencies and departments,
it is determined that the pleading or other document contains classified, the CSO must ensure
that the document is marked with the appropriate classification marking and that the document
remains under seal. The CSO will work with the appropriate government agencies or
departments to prepare a redacted version of the pleading or other document appropriate for
filing on the public record. Counsel shall then file the redacted version of the document in the
CM/ECF system with a notation in the upper right hand corner of the first page stating
“REDACTED VERSION FOR PUBLIC FILING CLEARED BY CSO.” The docket entry
description in the CM/ECF system for the document suitable for public viewing shall make
specific reference to the earlier docket entry notifying the Court that the document had been
submitted to the CSO for review.



B.

In the event an entire document is deemed classified, petitioner’s counsel



A.

1.



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C.

3.

Classified Filings By Respondents



Any pleading or other document filed by counsel for the respondents containing

shall file a notice in the CM/ECF system listing the caption of the case, a version of the title of
the document that does not disclose classified or protected information, and a brief statement that
the CSO has informed counsel that the entire document is classified. The docket entry
description in the CM/ECF system for the document suitable for public viewing shall make
specific reference to the earlier docket entry notifying the Court that the document had been
submitted to the CSO for review.

If it is determined that the pleading or other document does not contain

classified, counsel shall then file the full submission in the CM/ECF system and counsel shall
make specific reference to the earlier docket entry notifying the Court that the document had
been submitted to the CSO for review. The docket entry description shall also state that the CSO
has approved of the public filing of the document. The underlying document filed in the
CM/ECF system shall contain a notation in the upper right hand corner of the first page stating
“PREVIOUSLY FILED WITH CSO AND CLEARED FOR PUBLIC FILING.”




classified shall be filed under seal with the Court through the CSO. The time of physical
submission to the Court Security Officers shall be considered the date and time of filing. The
Court Security Officer shall serve a copy of any classified pleading or document upon
petitioner’s counsel at the secure facility. At the time of making a submission to the Court
Security Officer, respondents shall file on the public record in the CM/ECF system a “Notice of
Filing” notifying the Court that a submission has been made to the CSO and specifying in
general terms the nature of the filing without disclosing any potentially classified information.
Counsel for respondents shall file in the CM/ECF system a version of the pleading or document
appropriate for filing on the public record, consistent with the procedures outlined in paragraphs
2.A-C.




4.A. The presence, or potential presence, of protected information in any pleading or
document that is governed by paragraph 2 or paragraph 3, above, shall not affect the method of
filing such a pleading or document; it shall be governed by paragraph 2 or 3, as applicable. Any
pleading or other document that contains, or petitioner’s counsel or respondents have a reason to
believe contains, or petitioner's counsel is uncertain as to whether it contains, protected
information, but does not contain classified information, shall be filed under seal pursuant to
Local Civil Rule 5.1(j). At the time of the submission of a filing containing protected but not
classified information, the party shall file on the public record in the CM/ECF system a “Notice
of Filing” notifying the Court that a protected information submission has been made and
specifying in general terms the nature of the filing without disclosing any potentially protected
information. Counsel for the party submitting the protected information shall file in the CM/ECF
system a version of the pleading or document appropriate for filing on the public record,
consistent with the procedures outlined in paragraphs 2.A-C.



Protected Information Filings By Petitioner And Respondents

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Disclosure of Protected Or Classified Information On The Public Record

4.B. This order shall constitute authorization for petitioner and respondents to file


protected information under seal. No motion to seal is required at the time of submission of the
pleading or document to the Clerk’s Office. Procedures for designation of protected information
shall be governed by the Court’s November 11, 2004 Order (“Order Addressing Designation
Procedures For ‘Protected Information’”).





In the event respondents believe that a party has disclosed classified or protected
information on the public docket, respondents shall notify the Court Security Officer, who shall
work with the Clerk’s Office to remove the filing from the public docket. A copy of the filing
shall then be lodged with the Court Security Officer and treated according to section 2.B or 2.C
of this order. Nothing herein shall limit respondents authority to take necessary remedial action
to ensure the protection of the classified or protected information.




5.



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EXHIBIT 2

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Exhibit to Part B of Joint Status Report Dated July 21, 2008

Petitioners in Mohammon v. Bush, No. 05-CV-2386 (RBW), Who Are Identified as Detainees at Guantánamo Bay;

Who Do Not Have Duplicate Petitions for Writs of Habeas Corpus Pending Before the District Court;

and Who Have Not Been Released or Transferred; or Petitioners About Whom These Issues Are Disputed








Petitioner




Petitioner’s
Internment
Serial Number
(ISN)



Citation to
Petition



Petitioner’s
Citizenship



Azerbaijan

Amended
(Habeas)
Protective
Order
Entered?

Yes


Petitioner’s Status




1.


Abd Al Zaher


2.


Abdurahman LNU


3.


Adel LNU


4.


Ahmed Omar


5.


Ali LNU


6.


Edress LNU


7.


Mohammed Ahmed
Saeed Hidar


Sharaf Al Sanani

8.

89

441

584

30

455

35

498

170

9. Alkhadr Abdullah Al Yafie 34


Saif Ullah

10.


46


¶ 25


¶ 160


¶ 232


¶ 318


¶ 156


¶ 107


¶ 260


¶ 109


¶ 266


¶ 146

Yemen

Yes

Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al
Halmandy v. Bush, No. 05-2385 (RMU)

Turkestan
(Uighur)

Yes

Yemen

Yes


Uzbekistan


Yemen

Yes

Yes

Yemen

Yes


Yemen


Yemen


Tunisia

Yes


Yes


Yes






Petitioner has duplicate petition in Al Hakimi v. Bush, No. 08-
1111 (EGS)










Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al Yafie
v. Bush, No. 05-2399 (RJL)


Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al
Halmandy v. Bush, No. 05-2385 (RMU)

11.


Abdul-rahman Abdo
Abdulghaith Sulaiman


12.
Abdurahman LNU


Abu Rawda

13.

14.


Jabbarov Oybek
Jamolovich


Adil LNU

15.

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223


Yemen


¶ 250


Yes



281


326


452


148


¶ 230


¶ 214


¶ 330


¶ 150


Turkestan
(Uighur)


Syria


Uzbekistan


Tunisia

Yes


Yes

Yes


Yes






Petitioner has moved to dismiss duplicate petition in Jamolivich
v. Bush, No. 05-2112 (RBW); Respondents do not object to
dismissal of 05-2112.


16. Mohammed Abdullah

684

¶ 13

Palestine

Yes

Taha Mattan



17. Samir LNU

707

¶ 73

Sudan

Yes

18. Tofiq Nasser Awadh Al

893

¶ 262

Yemen

Bihani


Shargowi LNU

19.


1457


¶ 170


Yemen


20.


Mohammed AI Palestini


049


¶ 15


Palestine

21.


Abdullah Bo Omer
Hamza Yoyej


Bilal LNU

22.


Mustafa AI Shamili

23.


Maher EI Falesteny

24.


Abdal Razak Ali

25.


257


330


434


519


685


¶ 246


Tajikistan

¶ 144


Syria

¶ 95

¶ 119

¶ 288


Yemen


Palestine


Algeria

Yes


Yes


Yes

Yes

Yes



Yes

Yes

Yes

Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al
Halmandy v. Bush, No. 05-2385 (RMU); Petitioner charged by
military commission
Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al Yafie
v. Bush, No. 05-2399 (RJL)


Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al
Halmandy v. Bush, No. 05-2385 (RMU)















Abdulaziz LNU

26.

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687


Saudi Arabia


¶ 168


Yes



27.


Mohammed Ahmed Slam
AI-Khateeb


689


Jamil Ahmad Saeed

28.


Abdul Aziz Naji

29.


728


744


Sanad Ali Alkaliemi

30.


1453




¶ 252


¶ 256


¶ 270


¶ 172


Yemen


Yemen


Algeria


Yemen

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes









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EXHIBIT 3

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Case 1:05-cv-02385-RMU Document 42 Filed 07/18/2008 Page 1 of 4

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA



––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– x
:

IN RE:
:

:
GUANTÁNAMO BAY
:
DETAINEE LITIGATION
:
:
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– x

:
:
AL HALMANDY, et al.,
:

:
:
:
:
:
:
:

:
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– x



BUSH, et al.,


Respondents.





Petitioners,

v.





Misc. No. 08-442 (TFH)







No. 05-CV-2385 (RMU)





STATUS REPORT



Petitioners in the above-captioned action, by and through their undersigned counsel,

respectfully submit this status report in response to the Court’s July 11, 2008 Scheduling Order:

1.

The instant habeas petition was filed on behalf of 63 petitioners on December 13,

2005, just prior to the passage of the Detainee Treatment Act of 2005. After review, a large

number of the petitioners in the instant case appear to be duplicates of petitioners on other habeas

corpus petitions, or appear to have been transferred or released from Guantánamo.

2.

The following detainees named on the instant petition (1) are identified as specific

detainees at Guantánamo Bay; (2) do not have duplicate habeas petitions pending before the

District Court (except as noted); and (3) to our knowledge have not been transferred or released

from Guantánamo Bay:

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• Mohammed Kameen, an Afghan national, ISN 1045. Respondents concede the

identification.

• Saki Bacha, an Afghan national, ISN 900. Respondents concede the identification.

• Muhammed Saad Iqbal Madni, a Pakistani national, ISN 743. Respondents

concede the identification. Madni had a duplicate petition in Civil Action No. 06-

CV-1674 (RMC), filed September 29, 2006 under the name Qari Saad Iqbal, which

he withdrew voluntarily on February 12, 2007. Judge Collyer dismissed that case

without prejudice on February 12, 2007.

• Riad Nargeri, a Tunisian national, ISN 510.

• Houmad Warzly, a Yemeni national, ISN 574. Respondents concede

the

identification.

• Sabry Mohammed, a Yemeni national, ISN 570. Respondents concede the

identification.

• Saleh, a Yemeni national, ISN 78.

3.

Of the seven petitioners listed above in paragraph 2, two are currently the subject

of charges before a military commission: Mohammed Jawad (ISN 900, listed as “Saki Bacha” on

this petition) and Mohammed Kamin (ISN 1045, listed as “Mohammed Kameen” on this

petition). Charges against Jawad, accusing him of throwing a hand grenade into a vehicle

carrying U.S. and allied personnel in Afghanistan, were sworn on October 9, 2007, and referred

for trial on January 30, 2008. It has been widely reported in the news media that Jawad was

sixteen years old at the time of the alleged attack. Charges against Kamin, accusing him of

providing material support to hostilities against U.S. and allied armed forces in Afghanistan,

were sworn on March 12, 2008, and referred for trial on April 4, 2008.



2

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4.

No factual return or classified CSRT record has been filed for any petitioner on

this petition.

5.

6.

There are no pending motions filed by petitioners in the instant case.

There is no protective order in place in this case.

7.

Pursuant to the Detainee Treatment Act (DTA), petitioner Madni filed a Petition

for Review of Combat Status Review Tribunal Determination with the U.S. Court of Appeals for

the District of Columbia Circuit on April 3, 2007, No. 07-1083. There is a protective order in

place in that case. Madni’s DTA petition is still pending before the Court of Appeals.

8.

Petitioners Kameen, Bacha, Nargeri, Warzly, Mohammed, and Saleh (listed in

Paragraph 2, above) hereby give notice to respondents and to the Court that they request thirty

days prior notice of transfer pursuant to the Court’s order of July 10, 2008 (Dkt. 52-2, Civil

Action No. 08-mc-442). (Petitioner Madni has already given such notice. See Dkt. 63, Notice of

Petitioners' Request for 30-Days Notice of Transfer (filed July 15, 2008).)

9.

As to all other individuals named on the instant petition, who are not specifically

addressed in Paragraph 2, above, counsel do not object to dismissal of their claims without

prejudice.

Dated:

New York, New York
July 18, 2008

Respectfully submitted,





/s/ Shayana Kadidal



Shayana D. Kadidal (D.C. Bar No. 454248)
CENTER FOR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
666 Broadway, 7th Floor
New York, New York 10012
Tel: (212) 614-6438
Fax: (212) 614-6499

Counsel for Petitioners



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Case 1:05-cv-02385-RMU Document 42 Filed 07/18/2008 Page 4 of 4




























































































Richard L. Cys (D.C. Bar No. 87536)
Lisa B. Zycherman (D.C. Bar No. 495277)
DAVIS WRIGHT TREMAINE, LLP
1919 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Suite 200
Washington, D.C. 20006-3402
Tel: (202) 973-4217
Fax: (202) 973-4499
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]



James P. Walsh (D.C. Bar No. 930115)
DAVIS WRIGHT TREMAINE, LLP
505 Montgomery Street
Suite 800
San Francisco, CA 94111-6533
Tel: (415) 276-6500
Fax: (415) 276-6599
Email: [email protected]

Counsel for Petitioner Muhammed Saad Iqbal
Madni


4





















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EXHIBIT 4

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Petitioners Currently Detained at Guantanamo Bay Whose Habeas Cases Are Currently Dismissed On

Jurisdictional Grounds

Civil Action No Case Name

Judge

Current Case
Status

Date of Dismissal
Order

05-CV-0569

Salahi v. Bush

Robertson Dismissed

4/5/2007

05-CV-0748

Aboassy v. Bush

Collyer

Dismissed

5/30/2007

05-CV-0877

Khiali-Gul v. Bush

Robertson Dismissed

4/5/2007

05-CV-1189

Khalifh v. Bush

Robertson Dismissed

4/5/2007

05-CV-1505

Al Hawary v. Bush

Collyer

Dismissed

5/9/2007

05-CV-1506

Shafiiq v. Bush

Collyer

Dismissed

5/15/2007

05-CV-1555

Idris v. Bush

Robertson Dismissed

05-CV-1971

Al-Qahtani v. Bush

Collyer

Dismissed

05-CV-2185

Al-Mudafari v. Bush Robertson Dismissed

05-CV-2387

Al-Quhtani v. Bush

Collyer

Dismissed

4/5/2007

5/8/2007

4/5/2007

5/9/2007

06-CV-1758

Suliman v. Bush

Collyer

Dismissed

5/30/2007

Reason For Dismissal
Jurisdiction -- D.C. Cir.
Boumediene
Jurisdiction -- D.C. Cir.
Boumediene
Jurisdiction -- D.C. Cir.
Boumediene
Jurisdiction -- D.C. Cir.
Boumediene
Jurisdiction -- D.C. Cir.
Boumediene
Jurisdiction -- D.C. Cir.
Boumediene
Jurisdiction -- D.C. Cir.
Boumediene
Jurisdiction -- D.C. Cir.
Boumediene
Jurisdiction -- D.C. Cir.
Boumediene
Jurisdiction -- D.C. Cir.
Boumediene
Jurisdiction -- D.C. Cir.
Boumediene

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EXHIBIT 5

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EXHIBIT 5

Petitioners Who Are Approved For Transfer To
The Control Of Another Government For Release

Case Number

Petitioner’s Name

05-CV-1509
05-CV-1509
05-CV-1509
05-CV-1509
05-CV-1509
05-CV-1509
05-CV-2386
05-CV-2398
05-CV-2398

Abdusabur Doe
Khalid Doe
Saabir Doe
Jalaal Doe
Abdusamad Doe
Hudhaifa Doe
Abdurahman LNU
Ali
Thabid

Internment Serial Number
(ISN)
275
280
282
285
295
320
281
250
289

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EXHIBIT 6

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EXHIBIT 6

Petitioners Who Are Approved For Transfer To The Control Of Another
Government For Possible Detention, Investigation, and/or Prosecution As

That Government Deems Appropriate Under Its Own Laws

Case Number

Petitioner’s Name

04-CV-1194
04-CV-1254
04-CV-1254

04-CV-2035
04-CV-2215
05-CV-270

05-CV-0280

05-CV-0280
05-CV-0359

05-CV-0359
05-CV-0748

05-CV-0994

05-CV-0998

05-CV-0999
05-CV-1220
05-CV-1347

Ali Yahya Mahdi
Adil Saeed El Haj Obaid
Mohamed Mohamed Hassan
Odaini
Jarallah Al-Marri
Shaker Abdurraheem Aamer
Adel Fattouh Aly Ahmed
Algazzar
Suleiman Awadh Bin Aqil
Al-Nahdi
Fahmi Salem Al-Assani
Rafiq Bin Bashir Bin Jallul
Alhami
Mohammed Abdul Rahman
Mohammed Saeed Bin
Salman
Kasimbekov Komoliddin
Tohirjanovich
Arkan Mohammad Ghafil Al
Karim
Asim Ben Thabit Al-Khalaqi
Abu Abdul Rauf Zalita
Farhi Saeed bin Mohammed

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Internment Serial Number
(ISN)
167
165
681

334
239
369

511

554
892

894
251

675

653

152
709
311

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Internment Serial Number
(ISN)
288
502

238
1016
278
328
103
277
290
34
46
49
148
452
455
519
584
292
259
38

Case Number

Petitioner’s Name

05-CV-1353
05-CV-1497

05-CV-1504
05-CV-1505
05-CV-1509
05-CV-1509
05-CV-1704
05-CV-1704
05-CV-2349
05-CV-2386
05-CV-2386
05-CV-2386
05-CV-2386
05-CV-2386
05-CV-2386
05-CV-2386
05-CV-2386
06-CV-0618
06-CV-1766
07-CV-2337

Motai Saib
Adil Bin Muhammad Al
Wirghi
Nabil
Abbar Sufian Al Hawary
Abdunasir Doe
Hammad Doe
Arkeen Doe
Sadar Doe
Ahmed Ben Bacha
Alkhadr Abdullah Al Yafie
Saif Ullah
Mohammed Al Palestini
Adil Bin Mabrouk
Jabbarov Oybek Jamolovich
Ali LNU
Maher El Falesteny
Adel LNU
Abdulli Feghoul
Fadhel Hussein Saleh Hentif
Ridah Bin Saleh Al Yazidi

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EXHIBIT 7

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Data Responsive to Judge Hogan’s 7/11/08 Scheduling Order:

“2.I. Identifies the cases in which an appeal or a petition for certiorari is pending.”

We are not aware of any certiorari petitions pending before the Supreme Court.

Petitions for Certiorari

Appeals

Below are the cases pending on appeal, with their District Court case numbers, and then their USCA
(D.C. Circuit) case numbers. Appeals brought by petitioners are marked with an asterisk.

1) Consolidated appeals respecting authority to withhold classified information:

Case Name
Al-Odah v. USA

Rasul v. Gyurisko

Habib v. Bush

Kurnaz v. Bush

O.K. v. Bush

Begg v. Bush

El-Banna v. Bush

Gherebi v. Bush

Anam v. Bush

Almurbati v. Bush

Abdah v. Bush

Case # in District Court
02-828

Case # in USCA (DC Cir.)
05-5117

02-299

02-1130

04-1135

04-1136

04-1137

04-1144

04-1164

04-1194

04-1227

04-1254

05-5118

05-5119

05-5120

05-5121

05-5122

05-5123

05-5124

05-5125

05-5126

05-5127

2) Consolidated appeals respecting conditions of confinement, stay of habeas proceedings, and

habeas protective order:1



*Paracha v. Bush

*Paracha v. Bush

*Paracha v. Bush

04-2022

04-2022

04-2022

05-5194

05-5333

05-5211

1 Petitioner contends that the three listed appeals are moot.

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3) First group of consolidated appeals respecting 30-day notice of transfer orders:

Kiyemba v. Bush

*Kiyemba v. Bush

Mamet v. Bush

*Mamet v. Bush

Alladeen v. Bush

Zakirjan v. Bush

Zakirjan v. Bush

05-1509

05-1509

05-1602

05-1602

05-833

05-2053

05-2053

05-5487

05-5488

05-5489

05-5490

05-5491

06-5042

06-5234

4) Second group of consolidated appeals respecting 30-day notice of transfer orders:

Abdah v. Bush

Abdullah v. Bush

Al-Wazan v. Bush

Adem v. Bush

Al Daini v. Bush

Al Hela v. Bush

Al Joudi v. Bush

Al Mohammed v. Bush

Al-Adahi v. Bush

Al-Marri v. Bush

Al-Oshan v. Bush

Anam v. Bush

Salahi v. Bush

Aziz v. Bush

Ameziane v. Bush

Tumani v. Bush

04-1254

05-23

05-329

05-723

05-634

05-1048

05-301

05-247

05-280

04-2035

05-520

04-1194

05-569

05-492

05-392

05-526

2

05-5224

05-5225

05-5227

05-5228

05-5229

05-5230

05-5231

05-5232

05-5235

05-5236

05-5237

05-5238

05-5239

05-5242

05-5243

05-5244

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El-Mashad v. Bush

El-Banna v. Bush

Alhami v. Bush

Deghayes v. Bush

Slahi v. Bush

Chaman v. Bush

Zalita v. Bush

Al Karim v. Bush

El-Marqodi v. Bush

Hatim v. Bush

Sohail v. Bush

Abdulzaher v. Bush

Almerfedi v. Bush

Khalif v. Bush

Idris v. Bush

Sameur v. Bush

Alkhemisi v. Bush

Al-Mudafari v. Bush

Khiali-Gul v. Bush

Al Bahooth v. Bush

Al-Mithali v. Bush

Kahn v. Bush

Awad v. Bush

05-270

04-1144

05-359

04-2215

05-881

05-887

05-1220

05-998

05-1649

05-1429

05-993

05-1236

05-1645

05-1189

05-1555

05-1806

05-1983

05-2185

05-877

05-1666

05-2186

05-1001

05-2379

05-5246

05-5247

05-5248

05-5337

05-5338

05-5339

05-5353

05-5374

05-5390

05-5398

05-5478

05-5479

05-5484

05-5486

06-5037

06-5039

06-5041

06-5043

06-5062

06-5064

06-5065

06-5067

06-5094

5) Individual appeals respecting 30-day notice of transfer orders:

*Al Ginco v. Bush

Paracha v. Bush

Rahmattullah v. Bush

*Zalita v. Bush

05-1310

04-2022

05-878

05-1220

06-5191

05-5334

07-5091

07-5129

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Al-Zarnouqi v. Bush

Ghanem v. Bush

Saleh v. Bush

Hentif v. Bush

Alhami v. Bush

Yazidi v. Bush

Shubati v. Bush

Sanani v. Vargo

06-1767

05-1638

06-1765

06-1766

05-359

07-2337

07-2338

05-2386

07-5148

07-5303

07-5323

07-5324

07-5400

08-5051

08-5052

08-5149

6) Consolidated appeals respecting various orders in district court habeas actions:

*Razak Ali v. Bush (denial of
motion to compel factual returns
and denial of motions related to
access to counsel issues)

*Sanani v. Bush (denial of
motion for order requiring 30-
day notice of transfer)

05-2386

05-2386

*Al-Harbi v. Bush (denial of
motion to compel factual return)

05-2479

07-5040

07-5043

07-5052

7) Individual appeals respecting denial of access to medical records or conditions:

*Al Ghizzawi v. Bush

*Al-Ghizzawi v. Bush

05-2378

05-2378

06-5394

08-5136

8) Individual appeal respecting use of "filter team" in suicide investigation:

*Hamad v. Bush

05-1009

06-5331

9) Individual appeal respecting dismissal of habeas action:

*Bukhari v. Bush

05-1241

07-5201

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