Indicted? Was he held? Indicted in absentia? Is that possible?
Latin indicere to proclaim. Latin dicere to say, to tell. Indict: To make a formal accusation. He was accused.
Ghailani was indicted December 16, 1998 by a grand jury in Manhattan. Was his corpus habeas? Or, more properly, did they habeas his corpus? Was he there, when they accused him?
And if so let's get to the point what the fuck was he doing anywhere else now?
"In some countries, habeas corpus has been suspended or delayed for suspected terrorists." Wikipedia
I still don't know whether habeas corpus is required for an indictment, nor what the difference is between "being indicted" and "being charged."
This is where it starts to get interesting; because what happens when other countries actually start to fight terrorism? And I mean, catch, hold, and interrogate suspected terrorists.
That's chapter 2.