Hussein [advocacy website] had been held by the US military since his arrest in April 2006 for allegedly possessing equipment to construct roadside bombs. In November 2007, the US Department of Defense pushed for terrorism charges against Hussein [JURIST report]. AP repeatedly called for his release and had accused the military of denying Hussein his due process rights. AP has more.
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