One of the best things about hosting a blog is the cool stuff that people unexpectedly throw over our electronic transom. Here’s a link to the indictment of James Adolph that I mentioned yesterday when discussing DOJ’s motion for an extension of time to answer his habeas petition.

Not surprisingly, Judge Sullivan today granted DOJ’s consent motion to extend its deadline for answering the habeas petition. Here’s the minute order:

MINUTE ORDER granting Consent Motion for Extension of Time to Respond. Response shall be filed by 3/2/09. Signed by Judge Emmet G. Sullivan on February 20, 2009. (lcegs1) (Entered: 02/20/2009)

Adolph v. Gates, No. 1:09-cv-00135-EGS (D.D.C. Feb. 20, 2009).

One Response to “Adolph indictment”

  1. Phil Cave says:

    If the tally is correct, this leaves one Canadian/Iraqi civilian prosecuted at court-martial, sentenced, and wandering around trying to find a method of appeal. Thank g.. none of the Americans got so prosecuted — at court-martial.