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Jerrold Nadler

Jerrold Nadler (born 1947-06-13) is a Democratic United States Representative from New York.

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"I don't see how you can pick up someone in New York and say that his rights are different or less because he's accused of being an enemy combatant, based on whatever information, as opposed to his being accused of being a murderer. . . ." - Rep. Jerrold Nadler (U.S. House of Representatives Committee on The Judiciary)

Response by Bradford Berenson Litigator: "[W]e need to be clear about what that means. It means that if we had captured Mohammed Atta on September 10th, we would have had no choice but to treat him as a criminal defendant, which would have meant no interrogation, no intelligence, and the World Trade Center is coming down." (U.S. House of Representatives Committee on The Judiciary)

"That's exactly right." - Rep. Jerrold Nadler (U.S. House of Representatives Committee on The Judiciary)

(U.S. House of Representatives Committee on The Judiciary) Tue 06/26/2007 - 2:00 PM Oversight hearing on Habeas Corpus and Detentions at Guantanamo Bay. U.S. House of Representatives Committee on The Judiciary website: http://judiciary.house.gov/Oversight.aspx?ID=344

The Congressman from Ground Zero by Ramesh Ponnuru. National Review Online (NRO) Website.[2]

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