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Case 1:05-cv-01458-UNA-AK Document 48-3 Filed 07/21/2008 Page 1 of 26 



RESPONDENTS EXHIBITS 



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EXHIBIT 1 



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Procedures For Filing Documents 
Unclassified Filings By Petitioner 

1 . Until further order of this court, any pleading or other document filed by 
petitioner that petitioner's counsel does not believe contains classified information and has no 
reason to believe contains classified information is authorized for direct filing in the CM/ECF 
system consistent with the regular electronic filing practices of this Court. See Local Civil Rule 
5.4. Presumptively classified information that petitioner's counsel has learned from petitioner, 
see Revised Procedures For Counsel Access To Detainees At The U.S. Naval Base In 
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba §§ IV A .6, IX .B, but has not been determined to be unclassified, shall 
not be filed in the CM/ECF system. Presumptively classified information shall be filed pursuant 
to the procedures specified in paragraph 2 below. 

Classified Filings By Petitioner 

2 . A ny pleading or other document filed by petitioner that petitioner' s counsel 
knows or has reason to believe contains classified information, or is uncertain whether the 
document contains classified information, shall be filed under seal with the Court Security 
Officers ("CSO"). The document must be marked with the appropriate classification marking 
{e.g., "SECRET"). The time of physical submission to the Court Security Officers shall be 
considered the date and time of filing. At the time of making a submission to the Court Security 
Officer, petitioner's counsel shall file on the public record in the CM/ECF system a "Notice of 
Filing" notifying the Court that a submission has been made to the CSO and specifying in 
general terms the nature of the filing without disclosing any potentially classified information. 

A . Upon receipt, the CSO will then deliver to the Court and counsel for 
respondents any pleading or other document filed by petitioner that may contain classified 
information. The CSO will forward the document to the appropriate government agencies and 
departments for their determination as to whether the pleading or other document contains 
classified information. To facilitate this review, petitioner's counsel shall identify each 
paragraph of the document that counsel believes may contain classified information by marking 
each paragraph with an appropriate classification marking or otherwise specifically identifying 
such paragraphs. If, following review by the appropriate government agencies and departments, 
it is determined that the pleading or other document contains classified, the CSO must ensure 
that the document is marked with the appropriate classification marking and that the document 
remains under seal. The CSO will work with the appropriate government agencies or 
departments to prepare a redacted version of the pleading or other document appropriate for 
filing on the public record. Counsel shall then file the redacted version of the document in the 
CM/ECF system with a notation in the upper right hand corner of the first page stating 
"REDACTED VERSION FOR PUBLIC FILING CLEARED BY CSO." The docket entry 
description in the CM/ECF system for the document suitable for public viewing shall make 
specific reference to the earlier docket entry notifying the Court that the document had been 
submitted to the CSO for review. 

B . In the event an entire document is deemed classified, petitioner' s counsel 



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shall file a notice in the CM/ECF system listing the caption of the case, a version of the title of 
the document that does not disclose classified or protected information, and a brief statement that 
the CSO has informed counsel that the entire document is classified. The docket entry 
description in the CM/ECF system for the document suitable for public viewing shall make 
specific reference to the earlier docket entry notifying the Court that the document had been 
submitted to the CSO for review. 

C . If it is determined that the pleading or other document does not contain 
classified, counsel shall then file the full submission in the CM/ECF system and counsel shall 
make specific reference to the earlier docket entry notifying the Court that the document had 
been submitted to the CSO for review. The docket entry description shall also state that the CSO 
has approved of the public filing of the document. The underlying document filed in the 
CM/ECF system shall contain a notation in the upper right hand corner of the first page stating 
"PREVIOUSLY FILED WITH CSO AND CLEARED FOR PUBLIC FILING." 

Classified Filings By Respondents 

3. Any pleading or other document filed by counsel for the respondents containing 
classified shall be filed under seal with the Court through the CSO. The time of physical 
submission to the Court Security Officers shall be considered the date and time of filing. The 
Court Security Officer shall serve a copy of any classified pleading or document upon 
petitioner's counsel at the secure facility. At the time of making a submission to the Court 
Security Officer, respondents shall file on the public record in the CM/ECF system a "Notice of 
Filing" notifying the Court that a submission has been made to the CSO and specifying in 
general terms the nature of the filing without disclosing any potentially classified information. 
Counsel for respondents shall file in the CM/ECF system a version of the pleading or document 
appropriate for filing on the public record, consistent with the procedures outlined in paragraphs 
2.A-C. 

Protected Information Filings By Petitioner And Respondents 

4.A . The presence, or potential presence, of protected information in any pleading or 
document that is governed by paragraph 2 or paragraph 3, above, shall not affect the method of 
filing such a pleading or document; it shall be governed by paragraph 2 or 3, as applicable. Any 
pleading or other document that contains, or petitioner's counsel or respondents have a reason to 
believe contains, or petitioner's counsel is uncertain as to whether it contains, protected 
information, but does not contain classified information, shall be filed under seal pursuant to 
Local Civil Rule 5.1(j). At the time of the submission of a filing containing protected but not 
classified information, the party shall file on the public record in the CM/ECF system a "Notice 
of Filing" notifying the Court that a protected information submission has been made and 
specifying in general terms the nature of the filing without disclosing any potentially protected 
information. Counsel for the party submitting the protected information shall file in the CM/ECF 
system a version of the pleading or document appropriate for filing on the public record, 
consistent with the procedures outlined in paragraphs 2.A-C. 



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4.B . This order shall constitute authorization for petitioner and respondents to file 
protected information under seal. No motion to seal is required at the time of submission of the 
pleading or document to the Clerk's Office. Procedures for designation of protected information 
shall be governed by the Court's November 11, 2004 Order ("Order Addressing Designation 
Procedures For 'Protected Information'"). 



Disclosure of Protected Or Classified Information On The Public Record 

5. In the event respondents believe that a party has disclosed classified or protected 
information on the public docket, respondents shall notify the Court Security Officer, who shall 
work with the Clerk's Office to remove the filing from the public docket. A copy of the filing 
shall then be lodged with the Court Security Officer and treated according to section 2.B or 2.C 
of this order. Nothing herein shall limit respondents authority to take necessary remedial action 
to ensure the protection of the classified or protected information. 



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EXHIBIT 2 



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Exhibit to Part B of Joint Status Report Dated July 21, 2008 

Petitioners in Mohammon v. Bush, No. 05-CV-2386 (RBW), Who Are Identified as Detainees at Guantanamo Bay; 

Who Do Not Have Duplicate Petitions for Writs of Habeas Corpus Pending Before the District Court; 

and Who Have Not Been Released or Transferred; or Petitioners About Whom These Issues Are Disputed 





Petitioner 


Petitioner's 
Internment 
Serial Number 
(ISN) 


Citation to 
Petition 


Petitioner's 
Citizenship 


Amended 

(Habeas) 

Protective 

Order 

Entered? 


Petitioner's Status 


1. 


Abd Al Zaher 


89 


1125 


Azerbaijan 


Yes 




2. 


Abdurahman LNU 


441 


H160 


Yemen 


Yes 


Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al 
Halmandy v. Bush, No. 05-2385 (RMU) 


3. 


AdelLNU 


584 


H232 


Turkestan 
(Uighur) 


Yes 




4. 


Ahmed Omar 


30 


11318 


Yemen 


Yes 


Petitioner has duplicate petition in Al Hakimi v. Bush, No. 08- 

1111 (EGS) 


5. 


AN LNU 


455 


H156 


Uzbekistan 


Yes 




6. 


Edress LNU 


35 


11107 


Yemen 


Yes 




7. 


Mohammed Ahmed 
Saeed Hidar 


498 


H260 


Yemen 


Yes 




8. 


Sharaf Al Sanani 


170 


1M09 


Yemen 


Yes 




9. 


Alkhadr Abdullah AIYafie 


34 


H266 


Yemen 


Yes 


Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al Yafie 
v. Bush, No. 05-2399 (RJL) 


10. 


Saif Ullah 


46 


H146 


Tunisia 


Yes 


Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al 
Halmandy v. Bush, No. 05-2385 (RMU) 



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11. 


Abdul-rahman Abdo 
Abdulghaith Sulaiman 


223 


11250 


Yemen 


Yes 




12. 


Abdurahman LNU 


281 


H230 


Turkestan 
(Uighur) 


Yes 




13. 


Abu Rawda 


326 


H214 


Syria 


Yes 




14. 


Jabbarov Oybek 
Jamolovich 


452 


H330 


Uzbekistan 


Yes 


Petitioner has moved to dismiss duplicate petition in Jamolivich 
v. Bush, No. 05-21 1 2 (RBW); Respondents do not object to 
dismissal of 05-2112. 


15. 


AdilLNU 


148 


11150 


Tunisia 


Yes 




16. 


Mohammed Abdullah 
Taha Mattan 


684 


1113 


Palestine 


Yes 




17. 


SamirLNU 


707 


1173 


Sudan 


Yes 


Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al 
Halmandy v. Bush, No. 05-2385 (RMU); Petitioner charged by 
military commission 


18. 


Tofiq Nasser Awadh Al 
Bihani 


893 


H262 


Yemen 


Yes 


Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al Yafie 
v. Bush, No. 05-2399 (RJL) 


19. 


Shargowi LNU 


1457 


11170 


Yemen 


Yes 


Petitioner has voluntarily withdrawn duplicate petition in Al 
Halmandy v. Bush, No. 05-2385 (RMU) 


20. 


Mohammed Al Palestini 


049 


1115 


Palestine 


Yes 




21. 


Abdullah Bo Omer 
Hamza Yoyej 


257 


H246 


Tajikistan 


Yes 




22. 


Bilal LNU 


330 


H144 


Syria 


Yes 




23. 


Mustafa Al Shamili 


434 


1195 


Yemen 


Yes 




24. 


Maher El Falesteny 


519 


11119 


Palestine 


Yes 




25. 


Abdal Razak Ali 


685 


H288 


Algeria 


Yes 





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26. 


Abdulaziz LNU 


687 


11168 


Saudi Arabia 


Yes 




27. 


Mohammed Ahmed Slam 
Al-Khateeb 


689 


11252 


Yemen 


Yes 




28. 


Jamil Ahmad Saeed 


728 


11256 


Yemen 


Yes 




29. 


Abdul Aziz Naji 


744 


11270 


Algeria 


Yes 




30. 


Sanad AN Alkaliemi 


1453 


H172 


Yemen 


Yes 





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EXHIBIT 3 



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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



IN RE: 

GUANTANAMO BAY 
DETAINEE LITIGATION 



ALHALMANDY, etal, 



Petitioners, 



BUSH, et al, 



Respondents. 



Misc. No. 08-442 (TFH) 



No. 05-CV-2385 (RMU) 



STATUS REPORT 

Petitioners in the above-captioned action, by and through their undersigned counsel, 
respectfully submit this status report in response to the Court's July 11, 2008 Scheduling Order: 

1. The instant habeas petition was filed on behalf of 63 petitioners on December 13, 
2005, just prior to the passage of the Detainee Treatment Act of 2005. After review, a large 
number of the petitioners in the instant case appear to be duplicates of petitioners on other habeas 
corpus petitions, or appear to have been transferred or released from Guantanamo. 

2. The following detainees named on the instant petition (1) are identified as specific 
detainees at Guantanamo Bay; (2) do not have duplicate habeas petitions pending before the 
District Court (except as noted); and (3) to our knowledge have not been transferred or released 
from Guantanamo Bay: 



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• Mohammed Kameen, an Afghan national, ISN 1045. Respondents concede the 
identification. 

• Saki Bacha, an Afghan national, ISN 900. Respondents concede the identification. 

• Muhammed Saad Iqbal Madni, a Pakistani national, ISN 743. Respondents 
concede the identification. Madni had a duplicate petition in Civil Action No. 06- 
CV-1674 (RMC), filed September 29, 2006 under the name Qari Saad Iqbal, which 
he withdrew voluntarily on February 12, 2007. Judge Collyer dismissed that case 
without prejudice on February 12, 2007. 

• Riad Nargeri, a Tunisian national, ISN 510. 

• Houmad Warzly, a Yemeni national, ISN 574. Respondents concede the 
identification. 

• Sabry Mohammed, a Yemeni national, ISN 570. Respondents concede the 
identification. 

• Saleh, a Yemeni national, ISN 78. 

3. Of the seven petitioners listed above in paragraph 2, two are currently the subject 

of charges before a military commission: Mohammed Jawad (ISN 900, listed as "Saki Bacha" on 
this petition) and Mohammed Kamin (ISN 1045, listed as "Mohammed Kameen" on this 
petition). Charges against Jawad, accusing him of throwing a hand grenade into a vehicle 
carrying U.S. and allied personnel in Afghanistan, were sworn on October 9, 2007, and referred 
for trial on January 30, 2008. It has been widely reported in the news media that Jawad was 
sixteen years old at the time of the alleged attack. Charges against Kamin, accusing him of 
providing material support to hostilities against U.S. and allied armed forces in Afghanistan, 
were sworn on March 12, 2008, and referred for trial on April 4, 2008. 



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4. No factual return or classified CSRT record has been filed for any petitioner on 
this petition. 

5. There are no pending motions filed by petitioners in the instant case. 

6. There is no protective order in place in this case. 

7. Pursuant to the Detainee Treatment Act (DTA), petitioner Madni filed a Petition 
for Review of Combat Status Review Tribunal Determination with the U.S. Court of Appeals for 
the District of Columbia Circuit on April 3, 2007, No. 07-1083. There is a protective order in 
place in that case. Madni's DTA petition is still pending before the Court of Appeals. 

8. Petitioners Kameen, Bacha, Nargeri, Warzly, Mohammed, and Saleh (listed in 
Paragraph 2, above) hereby give notice to respondents and to the Court that they request thirty 
days prior notice of transfer pursuant to the Court's order of July 10, 2008 (Dkt. 52-2, Civil 
Action No. 08-mc-442). (Petitioner Madni has already given such notice. See Dkt. 63, Notice of 
Petitioners' Request for 30-Days Notice of Transfer (filed July 15, 2008).) 

9. As to all other individuals named on the instant petition, who are not specifically 

addressed in Paragraph 2, above, counsel do not object to dismissal of their claims without 

prejudice. 

Dated: New York, New York 
July 18, 2008 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ Shayana Kadidal 



Shayana D. Kadidal (D.C. Bar No. 454248) 
CENTER FOR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS 

666 Broadway, 7th Floor 
New York, New York 10012 
Tel: (212)614-6438 
Fax: (212)614-6499 



Counsel for Petitioners 



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Richard L. Cys (D.C. Bar No. 87536) 

Lisa B. Zycherman (D.C. Bar No. 495277) 

DAVIS WRIGHT TREMAINE, LLP 

1919 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. 

Suite 200 

Washington, D.C. 20006-3402 

Tel: (202)973-4217 

Fax: (202) 973-4499 

Email: rickcys@dwt.com 

Email: lisazycherman@dwt.com 

James P. Walsh (D.C. Bar No. 9301 15) 
DAVIS WRIGHT TREMAINE, LLP 

505 Montgomery Street 

Suite 800 

San Francisco, CA 941 1 1-6533 

Tel: (415)276-6500 

Fax: (415)276-6599 

Email: budwalsh@dwt.com 

Counsel for Petitioner Muhammed Saad Iqbal 
Madni 



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EXHIBIT 4 



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Petitioners Currently Detained atGuantanamo Bay Whose Habeas Cases Are Currently Dismissed On 

J urisdictional Grounds 



Civil Action No 


Case Name 


Current Case 
J udge Status 


Date of Dismissal 
Order 


Reason For Dismissal 


05-CV-0569 


Salahi v. Bush 


Robertson 


Dismissed 


4/5/2007 


J urisdiction — D.C. Cir. 
Boumediene 


05-CV-0748 


Aboassy v. Bush 


Col Iyer 


Dismissed 


5/30/2007 


J urisdiction — D.C. Cir. 
Boumediene 


05-CV-0877 


Khiali-Gul v. Bush 


Robertson 


Dismissed 


4/5/2007 


J urisdiction — D.C. Cir. 
Boumediene 


05-CV-1189 


Khalifh v. Bush 


Robertson 


Dismissed 


4/5/2007 


J urisdiction — D.C. Cir. 
Boumediene 


05-CV-1505 


Al Hawary v. Bush 


Col Iyer 


Dismissed 


5/9/2007 


J urisdiction — D.C. Cir. 
Boumediene 


05-CV-1506 


Shafiiq v. Bush 


Col Iyer 


Dismissed 


5/15/2007 


J urisdiction — D.C. Cir. 
Boumediene 


05-CV-1555 


Idris v. Bush 


Robertson 


Dismissed 


4/5/2007 


J urisdiction — D.C. Cir. 
Boumediene 


05-CV-1971 


Al-Qahtani v. Bush 


Col Iyer 


Dismissed 


5/8/2007 


J urisdiction — D.C. Cir. 
Boumediene 


05-CV-2185 


Al-Mudafari v. Bush 


Robertson 


Dismissed 


4/5/2007 


J urisdiction — D.C. Cir. 
Boumediene 


05-CV-2387 


Al-Quhtani v. Bush 


Col Iyer 


Dismissed 


5/9/2007 


J urisdiction — D.C. Cir. 
Boumediene 


06-CV-1758 


Suliman v. Bush 


Col Iyer 


Dismissed 


5/30/2007 


J urisdiction — D.C. Cir. 
Boumediene 



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EXHIBIT 5 



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EXHIBIT 5 



Petitioners Who Are Approved For Transfer To 
The Control Of Another Government For Release 



C ase Number 


Petitioner's Name 


Internment Serial Number 
(ISN) 


05-CV-1509 


AbdusaburDoe 


275 


05-CV-1509 


KhalidDoe 


280 


05-CV-1509 


SaabirDoe 


282 


05-CV-1509 


Jalaal Doe 


285 


05-CV-1509 


AbdusamadDoe 


295 


05-CV-1509 


Hudhaifa Doe 


320 


05-CV-2386 


AbdurahmanLNU 


281 


05-CV-2398 


Ali 


250 


05-CV-2398 


Thabid 


289 



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EXHIBIT 6 



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EXHIBIT 6 

Petitioners Who Are Approved For Transfer To The Control Of Another 

Government For Possible Detention, Investigation, and/or Prosecution As 

That G overnment Deems Appropriate Under Its Own L aws 



C ase Number 


Petitioner's Name 


Internment Serial Number 
(ISN) 


04-CV-1194 


AliYahyaMahdi 


167 


04-CV-1254 


Adil Saeed El Haj Obaid 


165 


04-CV-1254 


Mohamed Mohamed Hassan 
Odaini 


681 


04-CV-2035 


JarallahAl-Marri 


334 


04-CV-2215 


Shaker A bdurraheem A amer 


239 


05-CV-270 


A del Fattouh Aly Ahmed 
Algazzar 


369 


05-CV-0280 


Suleiman Awadh Bin Aqil 
Al-Nahdi 


511 


05-CV-0280 


Fahmi Salem A 1- Assam 


554 


05-CV-0359 


Raf iq B in B ashir B in J allul 
Alhami 


892 


05-CV-0359 


Mohammed Abdul Rahman 


894 


05-CV-0748 


Mohammed Saeed Bin 
Salman 


251 


05-CV-0994 


Kasimbekov Komoliddin 
Tohirjanovich 


675 


05-CV-0998 


Arkan Mohammad Ghafil Al 
Karim 


653 


05-CV-0999 


A sim B en T habit Al-Khalaqi 


152 


05-CV-1220 


Abu Abdul RaufZalita 


709 


05-CV-1347 


Farhi Saeed bin Mohammed 


311 



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Case Number 


Petitioner's Name 


Internment Serial Number 
(ISN) 


05-CV-1353 


Motai Saib 


288 


05-CV-1497 


Adil Bin Muhammad Al 
Wirghi 


502 


05-CV-1504 


Nabil 


238 


05-CV-1505 


Abbar Sufian Al Hawary 


1016 


05-CV-1509 


AbdunasirDoe 


278 


05-CV-1509 


HammadDoe 


328 


05-CV-1704 


ArkeenDoe 


103 


05-CV-1704 


SadarDoe 


277 


05-CV-2349 


Ahmed Ben Bacha 


290 


05-CV-2386 


AlkhadrAbdullahAlYafie 


34 


05-CV-2386 


Saif Ullah 


46 


05-CV-2386 


Mohammed Al Palestini 


49 


05-CV-2386 


Adil Bin Mabrouk 


148 


05-CV-2386 


Jabbarov Oybekjamolovich 


452 


05-CV-2386 


Ali LNU 


455 


05-CV-2386 


MaherEl Falesteny 


519 


05-CV-2386 


A del LNU 


584 


06-CV-0618 


Abdulli Feghoul 


292 


06-CV-1766 


Fadhel Hussein Saleh Hentif 


259 


07-CV-2337 


RidahBinSalehAlYazidi 


38 



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EXHIBIT 7 



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DalaRe^MmsivetDju^Hogaii's 7/11/06 Scheduliiig Order: 
"21. Idenlffies the cases in which an appeal or apetitionfor certicraiiispaidiiig." 

Petitions for Certiorari 

We are not aware of any certiorari petitions pending before the Supreme Court. 

Appeals 

Below are the cases pending on appeal, with their District Court case numbers, and then their USCA 
(D.C. Circuit) case numbers. Appeals brought by petitioners are marked with an asterisk 

1) Consolidated appeals respecting authority to withhold classified information: 



Case Name 


Case #in District Court 


Case #in USCA (DC Cir.) 


Al-Odahv. USA 


02-828 


05-5117 


Rasul v. Gyurisko 


02-299 


05-5118 


Habib v. Bush 


02-1130 


05-5119 


Kurnaz v. Bush 


04-1135 


05-5120 


O.K. v. Bush 


04-1136 


05-5121 


Begg v. Bush 


04-1137 


05-5122 


El-Banna v. Bush 


04-1144 


05-5123 


Gherebi v. Bush 


04-1164 


05-5124 


Anam v. Bush 


04-1194 


05-5125 


Almurbati v. Bush 


04-1227 


05-5126 


Abdah v. Bush 


04-1254 


05-5127 



2) Consolidated appeals respecting conditions of confinement stay of habeas proceedings, and 

habeas protective order: 1 



*Paracha v. Bush 


04-2022 


05-5194 


*Paracha v. Bush 


04-2022 


05-5333 


*Paracha v. Bush 


04-2022 


05-5211 



1 Petitioner contends that the three listed appeals are moot. 



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3) First group of consolidated appeals respecting 30- day notice of transfer orders: 



Kiyemba v. Bush 


05-1509 


05-5487 


*Kiyemba v. Bush 


05-1509 


05-5488 


Mametv. Bush 


05-1602 


05-5489 


*Mametv. Bush 


05-1602 


05-5490 


Alladeen v. Bush 


05-833 


05-5491 


Zakirjan v. Bush 


05-2053 


06-5042 


Zakirjan v. Bush 


05-2053 


06-5234 



4) Second group of consolidated appeals respecting 30-day notice of transfer orders: 



Abdah v. Bush 


04-1254 


05-5224 


Abdullah v. Bush 


05-23 


05-5225 


Al-Wazan v. Bush 


05-329 


05-5227 


Adem v. Bush 


05-723 


05-5228 


Al Daini v. Bush 


05-634 


05-5229 


Al Hela v. Bush 


05-1048 


05-5230 


Al J oudi v. Bush 


05-301 


05-5231 


Al Mohammed v. Bush 


05-247 


05-5232 


Al-Adahi v. Bush 


05-280 


05-5235 


Al-Marri v. Bush 


04-2035 


05-5236 


Al-Oshan v. Bush 


05-520 


05-5237 


Anam v. Bush 


04-1194 


05-5238 


Salahi v. Bush 


05-569 


05-5239 


Aziz v. Bush 


05-492 


05-5242 


Ameziane v. Bush 


05-392 


05-5243 


Tumani v. Bush 


05-526 


05-5244 



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El-Mashad v. Bush 


05-270 


05-5246 


El-Banna v. Bush 


04-1144 


05-5247 


Alhami v. Bush 


05-359 


05-5248 


Deghayes v. Bush 


04-2215 


05-5337 


Slahi v. Bush 


05-881 


05-5338 


Chaman v. Bush 


05-887 


05-5339 


Zalita v. Bush 


05-1220 


05-5353 


Al Karim v. Bush 


05-998 


05-5374 


El-Marqodi v. Bush 


05-1649 


05-5390 


Hatim v. Bush 


05-1429 


05-5398 


Sohail v. Bush 


05-993 


05-5478 


Abdulzaherv. Bush 


05-1236 


05-5479 


Almerfedi v. Bush 


05-1645 


05-5484 


Khalifv. Bush 


05-1189 


05-5486 


Idris v. Bush 


05-1555 


06-5037 


Sameurv. Bush 


05-1806 


06-5039 


Alkhemisi v. Bush 


05-1983 


06-5041 


Al-Mudafari v. Bush 


05-2185 


06-5043 


Khiali-Gul v. Bush 


05-877 


06-5062 


Al Bahooth v. Bush 


05-1666 


06-5064 


Al-Mithaliv. Bush 


05-2186 


06-5065 


Kahn v. Bush 


05-1001 


06-5067 


Awad v. Bush 


05-2379 


06-5094 



5) Individual appeals respecting 30-day notice of transfer orders: 



*AI Ginco v. Bush 


05-1310 


06-5191 


Paracha v. Bush 


04-2022 


05-5334 


Rahmattullah v. Bush 


05-878 


07-5091 


*Zalita v. Bush 


05-1220 


07-5129 



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Al-Zarnouqi v. Bush 


06-1767 


07-5148 


Ghanem v. Bush 


05-1638 


07-5303 


Saleh v. Bush 


06-1765 


07-5323 


Hentif v. Bush 


06-1766 


07-5324 


Alhami v. Bush 


05-359 


07-5400 


Yazidi v. Bush 


07-2337 


08-5051 


Shubati v. Bush 


07-2338 


08-5052 


Sanani v. Vargo 


05-2386 


08-5149 



6) Consolidated appeals respecting various orders in district court habeas actions: 



*Razak Ali v. Bush (denial of 
motion to compel factual returns 
and denial of motions related to 
access to counsel issues) 


05-2386 


07-5040 


*Sanani v. Bush (denial of 
motion for order requiring 30- 
day notice of transfer) 


05-2386 


07-5043 


*AI-Harbi v. Bush (denial of 
motion to compel factual return) 


05-2479 


07-5052 



7) Individual appeals respecting denial of access to medical records or conditions: 



*AI Ghizzawi v. Bush 


05-2378 


06-5394 


*AI-Ghizzawi v. Bush 


05-2378 


08-5136 



8) Individual appeal respecting use of "filter team" in suicide investigation: 



*Hamad v. Bush 


05-1009 


06-5331 



9) Individual appeal respecting dismissal of habeas action: 



*Bukhari v. Bush 


05-1241 


07-5201