other detainee

other detainee

Person in the custody of the US Armed Forces who has not been classified as an enemy prisoner of war (article 4, Geneva Convention of 1949 Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War (GPW)), retained personnel (article 33, GPW), or civilian internee (article 78, Geneva Convention). Also called OD. See also civilian internee; custody; detainee; prisoner of war; retained personnel.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The report also said other detainees were forced to stay in "hot rooms", where they were told by Saudi security officers that they would be taken out if they ended their hunger strike.
Twenty other detainees, four of them Syrian, received prison sentences ranging from three months to 15 years and fines ranging from LL3 million to LL100,000.
Six other detainees were also sent to the hospital after collapsing: drug suspects Abrar Faiz, Ric Paule and Eric de Leon; car theft suspect Rannie Ramos; theft suspect Jeson Salibio and Omar Siddik, who is accused of being a fence.
Other detainees have complained they were arrested without any probable cause or warrant, the CHR said.
and 27-year-old G.E., were said to have started the fire in the detention centre of Al Ghusais police station and endangered the lives of other detainees in December 2009.
One night when I was conducting my routine check of the BTIF, I entered the segregation area where detainees are kept apart from the general population due to discipline issues or their negative influence on other detainees. The young U.S.
"Other detainees will be freed successively so that this issue will be totally closed before the end of the national Palestinian dialogue," it said.
Although officials characterized the other detainees who appeared in the Abu Ghraib photographs as common people, the orange-clad detainee seen cowering before the dog was different.
nor any of the other detainees was shown to have had any connection to terrorism.
According to Allyson Collins, the organization sought "information about the medical screening he received when he arrived" and "any conflicts of any kind with other detainees." The group wanted to know if he was a troublemaker whom the prison officials might have been tempted to neglect.
(Dirani and Obeid are being held in military facilities apart from the other detainees, who are in a civilian prison.) The Israeli military says Dirani, who was the security chief for Amal guerrillas in southern Lebanon when he was abducted by Israel in 1994, will not be freed, and that no decision has been made about Obeid, a Shiite Muslim spiritual leader kidnapped in 1989.
Three Emiratis and an Iranian were indicted before the Dubai Court of First Instance of charges which include arson, destruction of property and endangering the lives of 65 other detainees. However, only 21-year-old Emirati F.Q.
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