The opinion of the court was delivered by: Thomas F. Hogan United States District Judge
Based upon the parties' representations during the hearing held on July 8, 2008, the filings the Court received following the hearing, and the entire record herein, the Court enters the following schedule to initially govern this consolidated proceeding.
By July18, 2008, the parties shall each file concise reports summarizing the status of each case. If applicable, counsel involved with multiple cases (versus multiple petitioners in a single case) may, solely for the purpose of submitting a single status report, consolidate their cases.
By July 21, 2008, petitioners and the government shall submit a joint report that:
A. includes a proposed amended protective order and a separate proposed protective order for use in cases involving "high-value detainees";
B. identifies duplicate petitions that were filed on behalf of a single individual, and addresses which of the duplicate petitions should be dismissed;
C. identifies petitioners currently detained at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, whose cases were dismissed on jurisdictional grounds, and addresses whether the Court should vacate such dismissals;
E. identifies petitioners who are cleared or authorized for release and the type of such release-e.g., whether the petitioner is authorized for release and the government is simply seeking a receiving country or whether the petitioner is authorized for release to detention in another country-and addresses any objection to consolidation of such cases before one Judge of this Court;
F. identifies all Boumediene-related motions to dismiss and motions to stay that are still pending, and addresses whether such motions are moot;
G. identifies all pending motions that are ripe for decision, and suggests the appropriate time to address such motions and whether they are amenable to common resolution by the undersigned;
H. identifies the cases in which a stay was entered, and addresses whether the Court ...