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  • s  not regulated or sanctioned by law
    there were only extralegal recourses for their grievances

  • He figures the value of their extralegal property, from cinder-block squatter homes to black-market street-vendor sales, at almost $10 billion.
  • And who knows what techniques are already in use at Guantnamo and other extralegal holding pens? "First, we need to determine how good this science is," says Stanford University .
  • Branchflower said it was out of his jurisdiction to pass judgment on the First Gentleman, but his report paints an extralegal role for Todd Palin that would have made the Hillary .

  • Alexander Litvinenko in International Herald Tribune
    By 1997, Litvinenko said his department had become responsible for "extralegal executions of unsuitable businessmen, politicians and other public figures" and blackmail.
  • Arthur M Schlesinger Jr in BuzzFlash
    Today, the Supreme Court promulgated the rule that will place the constitutional right to life, liberty and security above violation and threats of violation. This rule will provide the victims of extralegal killings and enforced disappearances the... Reynato Puno http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reynato_Puno&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNESIxFmfgNQr4gLtppMHKDhhY9-rQ Inquirer.net http://www.google.com/url?q=http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakingnews/nation/view_article.php%3Farticle_id%3D90626&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNE72t0FovPoVTMscdi8CQTnc0_VKQ Sep 25, 2007 35680 45147 extralegal The late American historian Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., she says, told her that the Bush administration's extralegal counterterrorism program presented the most dramatic, sustained and radical challenge to the rule of law in American history."

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