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Nothing to See Here! CIA Redacts Own Conduct Report.

Nothing to See Here! CIA Redacts Own Conduct Report.
The CIA has redacted a Senate report detailing its own torture practices. Hard to hide something that's already been in the public eye, guys.
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Report on CIA Interrogations Shadows Gitmo Trials

Report on CIA Interrogations Shadows Gitmo Trials
The Senate's forthcoming report on the CIA's use of harsh interrogation techniques could add to the legal complications facing the long-delayed U.S. military tribunals of terrorist suspects at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. The Obama administration is removing or censoring national security secrets in the Senate report, a declassification process that will involve the Pentagon as well as spy agency officials.
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Ben Fox and Stephen Braun
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Freed Gitmo Detainee: 'We Were Subjected to Meticulous, Daily Torture'

Freed Gitmo Detainee: 'We Were Subjected to Meticulous, Daily Torture'
Upon his return to Sudan after 11 years of incarceration at the hands of the U.S. military in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, a frail 52-year-old Ibrahim Idris declared at a Thursday press conference in Khartoum that detainess at the prison "have been subjected to meticulous, daily torture with punishment," with 'double' the abuse for those who participated in the hunger strike.
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FBI Releases Slideshow Presentation Used to Remind Gitmo Soldiers of 9/11's Evil

FBI Releases Slideshow Presentation Used to Remind Gitmo Soldiers of 9/11's Evil
Young soldiers at Guantanamo Bay would have been in grade school when the 9/11 attacks occurred. But the government is making sure the terrorist attacks are fresh in their minds. The FBI now holds briefings for military personnel stationed at Guantanamo about the attacks and their connection to the island prison.
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Cora Currier
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Obama Chooses High-Powered Lawyer to Reopen Office of Guantanamo Closure

Obama Chooses High-Powered Lawyer to Reopen Office of Guantanamo Closure
President Barack Obama has chosen a high-powered Washington lawyer with extensive experience in all three branches of the government (and both sides of the aisle) to be the State Department's special envoy for closing down the military-run prison at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba.
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The AP
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Now on Trial at Guantanamo Bay: Spiral Notebooks

Now on Trial at Guantanamo Bay: Spiral Notebooks
At Guantanamo Bay, trials of alleged terrorists can turn into an arduous process overflowing with motion specifics, legal ambiguities, numerous delays and seemingly more questions than answers. While the alleged architect of the U.S.S. Cole bombing is in court, one observer witnesses days of proceedings that focus on spiral notebooks, smoke detectors and the Catch-22 of classified information.
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Cora Currier
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Despite Being 'Out of the Detention Business,' at Least 20 CIA Prisoners Still Missing

Despite Being 'Out of the Detention Business,' at Least 20 CIA Prisoners Still Missing
In 2009, ProPublica’s Dafna Linzer listed more than 30 people who had been held in CIA prisons and were still missing. Some of those prisoners have since resurfaced, but at least 20 are still unaccounted for.
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