Regarding alleged abuses and violation of rights by American soldiers and spies, consider it this way: The Government of the United States is not empowered by the Constitution to do the things it’s doing. It’s more important to focus on the abused powers of the Federal Government than to try to allege rights for non-citizens. The Constitution and Bill of Rights limit what the Government may do, period. Not just to citizens, but to anyone, anywhere. Guantanamo is unconstitutional, rendering is unconstitutional, etc. If they can do it to them, what stops them from doing it to us?