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  • Christopher Anders, senior legislative counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union's Washington office, said the administration deserves credit for trying to clear many detainees for release or transfer but it has boxed itself in on the 48 detainees to be held indefinitely.

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  • However, Mr. Anders said if the government would concede there is no need for indefinite detention, the administration could find places to house the other detainees facing criminal proceedings.

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