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Case 1:05-cv-01429-UNA Document 85 Filed 07/30/2007 Page 1 of 3

Filed with Court Security Officer 7/27/07
DOJ cleared for public filing 7/30/07

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Civ. No. 04-01254 (HHK)

Civ. No. 04-02022 (PLF)

Civ. No. 05-01048 (RMU)
























































Respondents.


Petitioners,

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Petitioners,

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MAHMOAD ABDAH, et al.,
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GEORGE W. BUSH, et al.,
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SAIFULLAH PARACHA, et al.,
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GEORGE W. BUSH, et al.,
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ABDULSALAM ALI
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ABDULRAHMAN AL HELA, et al.,
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GEORGE W. BUSH, et al.,
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Respondents.





Respondents.







































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Civ. No. 05-01429 (RMU)






Civ. No. 05-01592 (RCL)













































Respondents.


Petitioners,

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SAEED MOHAMMED SALEH
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HATIM, et al.,

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GEORGE W. BUSH, et al.,
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HASSAN BIN ATTASH, et al.,
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GEORGE W. BUSH, et al.,
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Petitioners,

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Respondents.




















FURTHER NOTICE OF ACTIVITY IN GUANTÁNAMO CASES

Petitioners in the above-captioned cases respectfully submit this further notice of activity

in the Guantánamo cases. On July 26, 2007, the D.C. Circuit recalled the mandates in Al Odah v.

United States, Case Nos. 05-5064 et al. (D.C. Cir.), and Boumediene v. Bush, Case Nos. 05-5062

and 05-5063 (D.C. Cir.). The Al Odah order is attached as Exhibit 1 and the Boumediene order

is attached as Exhibit 2. The recall of these mandates, which had ordered the dismissal of the Al

Odah and Boumediene petitioners’ pending habeas cases, further underscores that dismissal of

Petitioners’ cases is inappropriate.1


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Of Petitioners’ cases, Abdah, as Case Nos. 05-5115 and 05-5116, is part of the Al Odah
appeal in the D.C. Circuit. Paracha has also been appealed to the D.C. Circuit as Case Nos. 05-
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Respectfully submitted,

/s/ David H. Remes
David H. Remes
D.C. Bar No. 370782
COVINGTON & BURLING LLP
1201 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.
Washington, DC 20004-2401
(202) 662-6000

Marc D. Falkoff
D.C. Bar. No. 491149
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF LAW
DeKalb, IL 60614
(347) 564-5043

Counsel for Petitioners

July 27, 2007
Washington, DC



5194 and 05-5333. The D.C. Circuit denied Paracha’s initial motion to recall the mandate, but
Paracha again moved to recall the mandate after the Supreme Court granted certiorari in Al Odah
and Boumediene. The Circuit has not ruled on that motion. Al-Hela, Hatim, and Attash have not
been appealed to the D.C. Circuit.



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