Supreme Court rules Ashcroft, Muleller cannot be held accountable for post-9/11 immigration detainee claims

The Supreme Court ruled former high ranking officials in the Bush administration, including former Attorney General John Ashcroft and former FBI Director Robert Mueller, could not be held accountable in their roles for claims brought by non-citizens post 9/11.

The decision was 4-2.

It was a long-running lawsuit against the former Bush administration officials filed by immigrants who argued they were racially profiled and illegally detained after the attacks.

This story is breaking and will be updated.

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