The ACLU wants you to send Habeus a birthday greeting. Here's more from the ACLU's Habeus resources:
Habeas got one early birthday present this week, when a federal court said the Bush administration cannot indefinitely imprison a U.S. resident on suspicion alone. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals called for a writ of habeas corpus directing the Pentagon to either charge Qatari national Ali al-Marri in the civilian court system, deport him, hold him as a material witness or release him.
This decision is a repudiation of the Bush administration and policies like the Military Commissions Act [which a Republican-controlled Congress, to its enduring shame, allowed our Rogue President to sign into law on October 17, 2006], and it shows that our system of laws is stronger than the misguided strategies of an overreaching executive branch.