Court decisions tend to be comprised of two parts, findings of fact and
conclusions of law. They are, in the best of circumstances, related.
They should be, in all circumstances, reasonably accurate. This may be
a quaint notion. Via Pro Publica, the decision in the habeas petition of Gitmo detainee, Uthman Abdul Rahim Mohammed Uthman, is otherwise.
District Judge Henry Kennedy, Jr. granted Uthman's petition and ordered
him released. It turns out the government's claim against him was
complete crap. What a surprise. But the order itself became the
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