I've got a copy of the full text of Judge Cooke's decision denying Padilla's motion to dismiss for outrageous government conduct.
Because entrapment is the most frequent example of Outrageous Government Conduct, Outrageous Government Conduct should be conflated with entrapment and since Padilla does not allege he was entrapped into commiting the crimes he was alleged to have committed, there was no Outrageous Government Conduct in the way he was unilaterally transfered to military custody after being arrested for an unrelated crime and keeping him in solitary confinement for years before actually having charges brought against him in any sort of court of law.
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