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12/3/2013  Waterboarding, prolonged stress positions, placed in a box and subjected to extreme noise: CIA's rendition of two terror suspects in Polish jail revealed
Two terror suspects 'were transferred to a prison in Poland and tortured' -- Both men say they were brought to the country in December 2002 -- Allegations include being told their families would be sexually abused -- Poland has been accused of human rights abuses - Lawyers for two terror suspects currently being held by the U.S. in Guantanamo Bay have accused Poland of human rights abuses. They say they fell victim to the CIA's program to kidnap terror suspects and transfer them to other countries as they allege that they were tortured in a remote Polish prison. The case marks the first time Europe's role in the CIA's 'extraordinary rendition' of terror suspects has reached European Court of Human Rights. Lawyers for two terror suspects currently being held by the U.S. in Guantanamo Bay accuse Poland of human rights abuses Lawyers for two terror suspects currently being held by the U.S. in Guantanamo Bay accuse Poland of human rights abuses One of the cases concerns 48-year-old Saudi national Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, who currently faces terror charges in the U.S. for allegedly orchestrating the al-Qaeda attack on the USS Cole in 2000, a bombing in the Yemeni port of Aden that killed 17 sailors and wounded 37.
(UK Daily Mail)
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4/19/2013  SAUDI REPORT: MICHELLE O VISITED 'PERSON OF INTEREST' ~ Jeddah newspaper says first lady saw Alharbi in hospital
A Saudi Arabian newspaper is reporting that United States First Lady Michelle Obama visited in the hospital Saudi citizen Abdul Rahman Ali Issa Al-Salimi Alharbi, the young man who had been labeled a “person of interest” in the Boston Marathon bombing. The newspaper accompanied its report with an image of Obama, although the background was generic and it couldn’t be confirmed immediately that she was at the hospital where Alharbi was being treated at the time. He reportedly suffered injuries in the Boston bombing. The newspaper’s Arabic-language report is being highlighted by Walid Shoebat, a former Muslim Brotherhood member who now is a peace activist. “Okaz, the same prominent Saudi newspaper that published photos of Abdul Rahman Ali Issa Al-Salimi Alharbi in the hospital after the Boston Marathon bombings, is now reporting that the Saudi national was also visited by the first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, during his hospital stay,” Shoebat reported.
(World Net Daily)
posted: 4/23/13                   0       14
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4/18/2013  Is Obama Covering Up Saudi Role In Boston Bombings?
War On Terror: Could it be happening again? Could a Saudi terror cell be behind another major U.S. attack? And could the Saudi government be trying to sink the investigation? After 9/11, the Saudi ambassador demanded the evacuation of dozens of Saudi nationals, including bin Laden kin, before the FBI could properly question them. He got his wish, even though 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudis and others had ties to the plot. Eerily similar high-level intervention is taking place in the Boston bombings case. Consider this timeline: Jan. 14, 2013: President Obama meets in the Oval Office with Saudi minister of interior. Jan. 16: Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano signs "arrangement" with Saudi minister bestowing "trusted traveler" status on Saudi student visitors, shortcutting normal security screening procedures. April 15: Saudi college student Abdulrahman Ali Alharbi is seen near the Boston marathon finish line with two other Saudis. He's tackled after fleeing the scene of one of the bombings. Authorities question him.
(Investors Business Daily)
posted: 4/23/13                   0       15
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4/16/2013  Indisputable Torture (By The Editorial Board)
A dozen years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, an independent, nonpartisan panel’s examination of the interrogation and detention programs carried out in their aftermath by the Bush administration may seem to be musty old business. But the sweeping report issued on Tuesday by an 11-member task force convened by the Constitution Project, a legal research and advocacy group, provides a valuable, even necessary reckoning. The work of the task force, led by two former congressmen — Asa Hutchinson, a Republican, who served in the Bush administration as under secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, and James Jones, a Democrat, who was an ambassador to Mexico during the Clinton years — is informed by interviews with dozens of former American and foreign officials, as well as with former prisoners. It is the fullest independent effort so far to assess the treatment of detainees at Guantánamo Bay, in Afghanistan and Iraq, and at the C.I.A.’s secret prisons. Those who sanctioned the use of brutal methods, like former Vice President Dick Cheney, will continue to defend their use. But the report’s authoritative conclusion that “the United States engaged in the practice of torture” is impossible to dismiss by a public that needs to know what was committed in the nation’s name.
(New York Times)
posted: 4/23/13                   0       13
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4/9/2013  California NDAA Nullification Bill Passes Assembly Committee Unanimously
Today, the California Public Safety Committee voted unanimously in favor of Assembly Bill 351 (AB351), the California Liberty Preservation Act. Introduced by Republican Assemblymember Tim Donnelly, AB351 is a strong stand against “indefinite detention” as supposedly authorized by the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012. It declares such federal power to be unconstitutional and also requires the entire state to refuse to enforce or assist its implementation. A broad coalition officially supported the legislation and moved the normally partisan, and strongly democratic committee to support the republican-introduced legislation. AB351 was supported by the ACLU, Tenth Amendment Center, San Francisco 99% coalition, San Francisco Board of Supervisors, the Libertarian Party of California – and many others. AB351 establishes the proper constitutional role by first citing the 10th Amendment as limiting the power of the federal government as to that which has been delegated to it and nothing more. The Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution authorizes the United States federal government to exercise only those powers specifically delegated to it in the United States Constitution. It then declares the indefinite detention powers under NDAA to be unconstitutional: Sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 (NDAA) codifies indefinite military detention without charge or trial of civilians captured far from any battlefield, violating the United States Constitution and corroding our nation’s commitment to the rule of law
(Tenth Amendment Center)
posted: 4/13/13                   0       9
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keywords: American Civil Liberties Union, Andrew Napolitano, Art Persyko, California, David Warren, Detainees, Germany, Italy, Japan, Military, Nancy Larned, National Defense Authorization Act, San Francisco, Taxpayers For Improving Public Safety, Tenth Amendment Center, Tim Donnelly, Tom Ammiano, US Constitution, United States, World War II Add New Keyword To Link



1/2/2012  ACLU report card finds fault with Obama, rivals
The American Civil Liberties Union has issued "Liberty Watch 2012," its report card for presidential candidates on issues like surveillance, torture, gay rights and immigration. No one gets an A, including President Obama. Obama, the only Democrat among the 10 candidates rated, got a perfect score - four "torches" - on only one issue, allowing gays and lesbians to serve openly in the military, for his backing of the December 2010 law that repealed "don't ask, don't tell." But he received lower marks on immigration, abortion rights and "closing Guantanamo Bay and indefinite detention," where his one-torch rating was attributed to backtracking on a promise to shut the prison for suspected terrorists and his support for holding their trials in military commissions. - The highest overall rating went to former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, a Republican-turned-Libertarian, who opposes the Patriot Act and - unlike Obama - supports the right of gays and lesbians to marry. Among the leading Republican candidates, libertarian-leaning Rep. Ron Paul also got a higher score than Obama despite low ratings in several categories. The ACLU gave the Texas congressman high marks for opposing the Patriot Act and indefinite detention of suspected terrorists, condemning waterboarding and voting to repeal "don't ask, don't tell." But it criticized Paul's call for an end to "birthright citizenship" for children of illegal immigrants, his support of the law that denies federal marriage benefits to same-sex couples and his opposition to abortion.
(San Francisco Chronicle)
posted: 1/11/12                   0       20
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12/14/2011  Indefinite Detention Law Hall of Shame: List of Senators Who Voted Yes on the NDAA bill
Below is the list of the Senators who voted yes on the NDAA bill which provides for indefinite detention of "any person who has committed a belligerent act" (See section 1031 (b) 2 of s1867 (National Defense Authorization Act of 2012). The term "belligerent act" is extremely wide and could applied to any form of resistance including protesting in the streets or even speaking out against the U.S. government. Be sure to also visit the list of the twitter ids for the senators who voted for NDAA below.
(Waiting for the Storm)
posted: 1/29/12                   0       15
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4/25/2011  WikiLeaks releasing documents on Guantanamo
Thousands of pages outline the U.S. prison operation at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, with details on the self-proclaimed Sept. 11 mastermind and others. The White House condemns the leak. - Most of those remaining at the Guantanamo Bay military prison are considered "high-risk" detainees who if released would pose grave threats to the U.S. and its allies, as did a third of those set free earlier, according to thousands of pages of classified documents being made public by WikiLeaks. Release of the more than 700 separate documents dealing with the prison, opened under the George W. Bush administration to house detainees in the war on terrorism, drew a sharp rebuke Sunday evening from the White House, which said the documents were obtained illegally. "We strongly condemn the leaking of this sensitive information," the White House said. The materials were obtained and released by WikiLeaks as part of its ongoing publication of classified documents dealing with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as secret State Department cables and other material.
(Los Angeles Times)
posted: 5/12/11                   0       9
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4/25/2011  WikiLeaks: Guantanamo Bay terrorist secrets revealed
Guantanamo Bay has been used to incarcerate dozens of terrorists who have admitted plotting terrifying attacks against the West – while imprisoning more than 150 totally innocent people, top-secret files disclose. - Al-Qaeda terrorists have threatened to unleash a “nuclear hellstorm” on the West if Osama Bin Laden is caught or assassinated, according to documents to be released by the WikiLeaks website, which contain details of the interrogations of more than 700 Guantanamo detainees. However, the shocking human cost of obtaining this intelligence is also exposed with dozens of innocent people sent to Guantanamo – and hundreds of low-level foot-soldiers being held for years and probably tortured before being assessed as of little significance. The Daily Telegraph, along with other newspapers including The Washington Post, today exposes America’s own analysis of almost ten years of controversial interrogations on the world’s most dangerous terrorists. This newspaper has been shown thousands of pages of top-secret files obtained by the WikiLeaks website. The disclosures are set to spark intense debate around the world about the establishment of Guantanamo Bay in the months after 9/11 – which has enabled the US to collect vital intelligence from senior Al Qaeda commanders but sparked fury in the middle east and Europe over the treatment of detainees.
(London Telegraph)
posted: 5/12/11                   0       9
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2/16/2011  Revolution U: What Egypt Learned From The Students Who Overthrew Milosevic
Early in 2008, workers at a government-owned textile factory in the Egyptian mill town of El-Mahalla el-Kubra announced that they were going on strike on the first Sunday in April to protest high food prices and low wages. They caught the attention of a group of tech-savvy young people an hour's drive to the south in the capital city of Cairo, who started a Facebook group to organize protests and strikes on April 6 throughout Egypt in solidarity with the mill workers. To their shock, the page quickly acquired some 70,000 followers. But what worked so smoothly online proved much more difficult on the street. Police occupied the factory in Mahalla and headed off the strike. The demonstrations there turned violent: Protesters set fire to buildings, and police started shooting, killing at least two people. The solidarity protests around Egypt, meanwhile, fizzled out, in most places blocked by police. The Facebook organizers had never agreed on tactics, whether Egyptians should stay home or fill the streets in protest. People knew they wanted to do something. But no one had a clear idea of what that something was. The botched April 6 protests, the leaders realized in their aftermath, had been an object lesson in the limits of social networking as a tool of democratic revolution. Facebook could bring together tens of thousands of sympathizers online, but it couldn't organize them once they logged off. It was a useful communication tool to call people to -- well, to what? The April 6 leaders did not know the answer to this question. So they decided to learn from others who did. In the summer of 2009, Mohamed Adel, a 20-year-old blogger and April 6 activist, went to Belgrade, Serbia.
(Foreign Policy)
posted: 10/28/11                   0       8
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8/27/2010  Japan reveals long-secretive execution process
Japan, one of the few industrialized countries with the death penalty, showed one of its execution chambers to the media for the first time Friday. Reporters were shown the death chamber at the Tokyo Detention Facility, one of seven used across the country, according to a report in the Mainichi Daily News.
(CNN)
posted: 8/27/10                   0       8
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keywords: Amnesty International, Death Penalty, Detainees, Japan, Keiko Chiba, Mainichi Daily News, Tokyo Detention Facility Add New Keyword To Link



7/2/2010  Canadian Civil Liberties Group Mulls Lawsuit as Details of Mass Arrests, Unprecedented Powers at G2O Come to Light Riot-police-peace
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association says it is looking into suing the Toronto police department following mass arrests at the G20 summit last week. It is now estimated that 1,000 people, including many journalists, were arrested. On Thursday, protest rallies were held in Toronto, Montreal and Winnipeg against the brutal police crackdown. Civil liberties advocates are also up in arms after it emerged that the Toronto police were secretly given new and unprecedented powers of arrest in the lead-up to the G20. We hear from David Vassey, the first person arrested under a new law in Toronto that allowed police to detain anyone near the site of the G20 summit if they failed to identify themselves.
(Democracy Now)
posted: 7/3/10                   0       20
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keywords: Bill Blair, Canada, Canadian Civil Liberties Association, David Vassey, Detainees, G20, Montreal, Police, Privacy, Toronto, Winnipeg Add New Keyword To Link



6/29/2010  G20 Toronto Police Rape Threats + Strip Searched
Amy Miller

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5/29/2010  We Are Change Austria's Natascha Koch: Forced Psychotherapy
Yesterday, as we have learned this afternoon, Swiss-Austrian blogger Natascha Koch was lured to the local police station under false pretenses and then carried off to the Sigmund Freud Psychiatry Clinic in Graz where she is now being held prisoner without any consent. - She was advised not to deal with „such things“, and that even research about Jan van Helsing would be taboo. She was told that she had major perception problems and was offered pharmaceutical drugs on multiple occasions. NATASCHA KOCH NEEDS OUR HELP! We ask our fellow freedom lovers who are located around Graz to become ACTIVE and DEMAND HER IMMEDIATE RELEASE! Natascha Koch is currently held on Station P22, Room 11 against her will! The repressive actions against her were initiated by a woman named Dr. Beisser. We ask all Austrians who stand up FOR freedom of expression and AGAINST forced psychotherapy to inform the press and television stations!!!
(We Are Change)
posted: 7/24/10                   0       6
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keywords: Austria, Detainees, Graz, Natascha Koch, Police, Psyops, Sigmund Freud, Switzerland, We Are Change Add New Keyword To Link



9/4/2009  Ashcroft subject to lawsuit by man who cites Justice policies
Former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft is not immune from being sued by a man who says he was illegally detained under Justice Department policies implemented after the September 11 terror attacks, a federal appeals court ruled Friday
(CNN)
posted: 9/5/09                   0       13
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8/24/2009  Congressman: Obama violating law by not investigating Bush officials
The congressman, liberal New York Democrat and Judiciary Committee member Jerrold Nadler, made the comments in an interview with The Huffington Post’s Sam Stein published Friday
(The Raw Story)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       16
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8/24/2009  Obama approves new US interrogation team: report
The group will be overseen by the National Security Council, which means shifting the center of gravity away from the CIA and giving the White House direct oversight
(Agence France-Presse)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       14
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8/22/2009  CIA Used Gun, Drill in Interrogation
IG Report Describes Tactics Against Alleged Cole Mastermind
(Washington Post)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       14
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8/22/2009  Extraordinary rendition for … white-collar criminals?
Opponents of the practice of extraordinary rendition are growing increasingly vocal about the case of Raymond Azar, a Lebanese construction contractor who was picked up by the FBI on allegations of bribery, shackled, blindfolded and flown to the United States for trial
(The Raw Story)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       13
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8/21/2009  Report Reveals CIA Conducted Mock Executions
A long-awaited report on post-9/11 interrogation tactics will reveal harrowing new details about treatment of suspected terrorists
(Newsweek)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       17
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8/2/2009  Panetta: 'Reality' of 9/11 excuses Bush scandals
CIA director and Democratic appointee Leon Panetta, in an article published Sunday, said Democrats must recognize that the “reality” of 9/11 is what drove the conduct of the George W. Bush administration in the months following September 11, 2001, which somehow should justify not looking into suspected crimes
(The Raw Story)
posted: 8/7/09                   0       12
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7/25/2009  CIA 'put pressure on Britain to cover up its use of torture'
The documents, to be discussed at a hearing this week, suggest that the UK authorities did everything they could to accede to the CIA's wishes while at the same time trying to conceal the fact they were talking to the agency
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 7/28/09                   0       10
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7/21/2009  Freed Guantanamo Detainees Claim Post-Obama Mistreatment
He claims that abuse of detainees at the prison continues, despite President Obama's order forbidding any forms of torture
(Der Spiegel)
posted: 7/28/09                   0       13
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7/15/2009  Foreign Policy Address at the Council on Foreign Relations by Hillary Rodham Clinton
“We get a lot of advice from the Council, so this will mean I won’t have as far to go to be told what we should be doing and how we should think about the future.”
(Department of State)
posted: 7/20/09                   0       16
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7/7/2009  White House: Acquitted detainees may not be released
Chief Department of Defense lawyer Jeh Johnson told a Senate committee “that releasing a detainee who has been tried and found not guilty was a policy decision officials would make based on their estimate of whether the prisoner posed a future threat,”
(The Raw Story)
posted: 7/8/09                   0       12
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7/3/2009  Obama to tell Putin: Time to move past Cold War
Days from his first Moscow summit, President Barack Obama declared Thursday that former Russian President Vladimir Putin "still has a lot of sway" in his nation and needs an in-person reminder the Cold War is over
(Associated Press)
posted: 7/4/09       0       10
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6/29/2009  Ron Paul on Cap and Trade
reminds his colleagues that opposition to big government intervention should carry through to all acts against the Constitution
(Campaign for Liberty)
posted: 6/30/09      
            
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6/27/2009  The Emperor's Seven Signing Statements
"[P]rovisions of this bill within sections 1110 to 1112 of title XI, and sections 1403 and 1404 of title XIV, would interfere with my constitutional authority to conduct foreign relations by directing the Executive to take certain positions in negotiations or discussions with international organizations and foreign governments, or by requiring consultation with the congress prior to such negotiations or discussions. I will not treat these provisions as limiting my ability to engage in foreign diplomacy or negotiations." ... vs candidate Obama, "I will not use signing statements to nullify or undermine congressional instructions as enacted into law."
(American Chronicle)
posted: 7/1/09                   0       19
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6/27/2009  White House Weighs Order on Detention
Officials: Move Would Reassert Power To Hold Terror Suspects Indefinitely
(Washington Post)
posted: 6/29/09                   2       16
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6/22/2009  Kurt Sonnenfeld : Exclusive interview
9/11 FEMA videographer at Ground Zero goes public - As official videographer for the U.S. government, Kurt Sonnenfeld was detailed to Ground Zero on September 11, 2001, where he spent one month filming 29 tapes: "What I saw at certain moments and in certain places ... is very disturbing!"
(Voltaire Net)
posted: 6/23/09                   3       21
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6/22/2009  The Secret History
Can Leon Panetta move the C.I.A. forward without confronting its past? - Panetta had become an advocate for secrecy so quickly, a White House official joked, that "it's like 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers.'"
(The New Yorker)
posted: 6/15/09                   3       35
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6/17/2009  U.S. House Approves War-Spending Bill Amid Dispute Over IMF
A $106 billion bill funding the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan won approval in the U.S. House, overcoming nearly unified opposition from Republicans who opposed the measure’s aid to the International Monetary Fund
(Bloomberg)
posted: 6/17/09                   8       24
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6/16/2009  ACLU lawyer: On torture, Obama breaking transparency promises
(The Raw Story)
posted: 6/17/09                   3       23
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6/16/2009  Terrorist Can Sue Over Torture Memos
White ruled Padilla may be able to prove that Yoo's memos "set in motion a series of events that resulted in the deprivation of Padilla's constitutional rights."
(Military.com)
posted: 6/16/09                   5       26
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6/15/2009  ACLU: Heavily redacted CIA docs render more torture evidence
"The information released today sheds some new light on the CIA's torture program, but there are still unanswered questions," said Jameel Jaffer, Director of the ACLU National Security Project
(The Raw Story)
posted: 6/16/09                   6       23
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6/13/2009  Why the hell should I feel sorry, says girl soldier who abused Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison
In this deeply disturbing interview, the trailer trash torturer who appalled the world by appearing in shocking 'souvenir' photographs remains utterly unrepentant and says she has 800 MORE torture photos that could rock the White House
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 6/15/09                   5       24
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6/12/2009  Abuse Photos Part of Agreement on Military Spending
Congressional negotiators reached tentative agreement on Thursday on a $105.9 billion spending measure that would provide money for military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan through September but would drop a ban on the release of photographs showing abuse of foreign prisoners held by United States forces
(New York Times)
posted: 6/12/09                   6       35
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6/12/2009  Row erupts over Guantanamo deal
A diplomatic spat has broken out over Bermuda's acceptance of four Chinese Muslim Uighurs released from the US detention centre at Guantanamo Bay
(BBC)
posted: 6/12/09                   7       26
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6/10/2009  Pacific island agrees to accept Chinese Muslims from Guantanamo
The remote Pacific island nation of Palau has agreed to resettle up to 17 Chinese Muslims being held at the Guantanamo Bay detention centre in Cuba
(CBC)
posted: 6/11/09                   7       28
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6/9/2009  CIA Urges Judge to Keep Detainee Papers Secret
Panetta sent a 24-page missive to New York federal judge Alvin Hellerstein, arguing that release of agency cables describing tough interrogation methods used on al-Qaida suspects would tell the enemy far too much about U.S. counterterrorism work
(Associated Press)
posted: 6/11/09                   8       30
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6/9/2009  Democrat warns Obama risks 'future Guantanamos'
Senator Russ Feingold said he was "troubled" by Obama's policies, warning the practice of holding some suspected terrorists indefinitely risked being "effectively enshrined as acceptable in our system of justice."
(Agence France-Presse)
posted: 6/10/09                   6       26
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6/9/2009  US Frees Iraqi Accused in 5 Soldier Deaths
The U.S. military has released a Shiite militant accused of being involved in one of the most brazen attacks of the war that killed five American Soldiers in 2007
(Military.com)
posted: 6/11/09                   5       26
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6/6/2009  Obama may toss 'full trials' for alleged 9/11 plotters
This option would principally be aimed at a group of detainees accused of planning the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, five people who have already indicated they prefer this resolution of the case
(The Raw Story)
posted: 6/7/09                   5       23
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6/4/2009  AP report: Source claims Obama intel pick tied to CIA torture program
“confirmed that [Philip] Mudd, who was deputy director of the Office of Terrorism Analysis at the CIA during the Bush administration, had direct knowledge of the agency’s harsh interrogation program.”
(The Raw Story)
posted: 6/5/09                   3       29
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6/3/2009  Cheney Led Briefings of Lawmakers To Defend Interrogation Techniques
No Indication of Whether Waterboarding Was Discussed
(Washington Post)
posted: 6/4/09                   5       24
#45 



6/3/2009  Ron Paul on House floor, "Congress Doesn't Care About Cause Of Crisis/No End To Secret Prisons" (CSPAN)
posted: 6/4/09      
            
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6/2/2009  Former CIA station chief challenges claims that torture thwarted terror attacks
claims that the Bush administration’s so-called enhanced interrogation techniques saved American lives are likely false
(The Raw Story)
posted: 6/4/09                   5       24
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5/29/2009  Call for inquiry into Abu Ghraib 'rape' photographs
A leading human rights group has called for a full inquiry into allegations of rape and sexual abuse at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq
(London Telegraph)
posted: 6/1/09                   1       29
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5/29/2009  Cookies, not torture, convinced al Qaeda suspect to talk, FBI interrogator says (The Raw Story)
posted: 5/29/09                   5       24
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5/29/2009  Photos of US soldiers' alleged rape, sexual abuse in Iraq (Press TV)
posted: 5/29/09                   4       24
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