According to the Los Angeles Times:
An appeals board said a Buena Park man accused of having ties to terrorism but never charged should be deported to Jordan, overturning a judge who blocked his deportation on grounds that he would be tortured.It should be noted that the Board if Immigration Appeals has been severely critized by the federal bench for its handling of cases. For example, respected jurist Judge Richard A. Posner of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit recently wrote:
The nine-page ruling by the Board of Immigration Appeals was a double victory for the government in its nearly two-year battle to deport Abdel-Jabbar Hamdan, father of six U.S.-born children. While the panel granted the government's appeal to overturn the deportation ban, it also denied Hamdan's appeal for asylum. [Link]
the adjudication of these cases at the administrative level has fallen below the minimum standards of legal justice.
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