Scotusblog coverage of IJNetwork's Maqaleh v. Gates oral argument in this case regarding the legal rights of Bagram detainees.

"Deputy U.S. Solicitor General Neal K. Katyal ... spent much of his time arguing that the core meaning of the Boumediene decision is that, if the U.S. government is not the real-world sovereign over any detention site, habeas rights do not exist there."

Read more at SCOTUSBlog.