Deleted:Said Muhammed Salih Hatim

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Said Muhammed Salih Hatim
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Born 1976 (age 47–48)
Ibb, Yemen

Said Muhammed Salih Hatim is a citizen of Yemen, unlawfully detained for more than eight years in the United States Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, in Cuba.[1]

The Department of Defense estimate he was born in 1976, in Ibb, Yemen.

As of August 14, 2011, Said Muhammed Salih Hatim has been held at Guantanamo for nine years two months,[2]

On December 16, 2009, Judge Ricardo Urbina ruled that Hatim's detention was illegal. He became the thirty-second Guantanamo detainee to win a writ of habeas corpus.

Habeas petition

A petition of habeas corpus, Said Muhammed Salih Hatim v. George W. Bush, was filed on his behalf.[3]

On July 18, 2008 David Remes, Marc D. Falkoff filed a "status report" on behalf of Hatim and fifteen other Guantanamo captives.[4]

US District Court Judge Ricardo Urbina ordered "Saeed Hatim" to be released on December 16, 2009.[5] According to Carol Rosenberg, writing in the Miami Herald Urbina's release order was sealed, and it "brought the so-called habeas corpus scorecard to 32 losses and nine victories by the Pentagon of detainee challenges from Guantánamo Bay, Cuba." Dean Boyd, a Department of Justice spokesman, told Rosenberg the Government was reviewing its options in how to react to the ruling.


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