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The Long-Hidden Saudi 9/11 Connection

Almost 15 years ago, warnings of an Al Qaeda attackwere flashing red amid evidence of Saudi complicity, butGeorge W. Bush ignored the alarms and the 9/11 attacks changed history, a mystery that 9/11 widow Kristen Breitweiser continues to plumb. ... Consortium News, 4 days ago

Guantanamo Bay Should Be Closed Forever

-- Reprinted from Truthdig With less than seven months left in his presidency, Barack Obama has failed in his plans to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. For more than 14 years, Guantanamo has been the symbol of everything that is ...
 OpEdNews.com5 days ago Seven things to know about Guantanamo Bay  News242 months ago

REDACTED: All The Kingdom's Men

(Before It's News) By Kristen Breitweiser, one of the four 9/11 widows known as the Jersey Girls instrumental in forcing the government to form the 9/11 Commission to investigate the 2001 attacks. Follow Kristen Breitweiser on Twitter: ...
 Before It's News6 days ago
Asharq Al Awsat

Romania's Role in CIA Torture and Rendition Comes Before European Court

NEW YORK—Romania's efforts to draw a veil over its support for the Central Intelligence Agency's program of torture and secret rendition a decade ago will come under unprecedented scrutiny later this month at the European Court of Human Rights. ...
 Open Society Institute Soros Foundation Network6 days ago Detainee Accounts of CIA Torture Disclosed in Newly Declassified Transcripts  AllGov1 week ago Qaeda Detainees Describe CIA Torture  Asharq Al Awsat1 week ago
Huffington Post

REDACTED: All The Kingdom's Men

Over the weekend, the New York Times published an article by Mark Mazzetti regarding Saudi Arabia's role in the 9/11 attacks. The article describes some important facts and circumstances surrounding the support that two Saudis gave to two 9/11 ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago

Something Is Changing About Torture

Lawsuits against torture are normally quashed. The whole matter is considered too secret for the governmentto allow a lawsuit to proceed. Until this April, when a lawsuit against CIA contactors James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen was allowed. The ...
 Daily Kos1 week ago 'I nearly died four times: Detainees describe CIA torture in new documents  Washington Post1 week ago CIA forced to release post-9/11 torture evidence, unclear if arrests will follow  RINF.com1 week ago Torture state: CIA forced to release post-9/11 torture evidence - will arrests follow?  Sott.net1 week ago
Qatar Peninsula

Documents provide new details of CIA's secret ... A U.S. Marine, who is part of a military honor guard, takes his position bef...

A U.S. Marine, who is part of a military honor guard, takes his position before a welcoming ceremony for GermanDefense Minister Thomas de Maiziere, by U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, at the Pentagon in Washington in thisApril 30, 2013 file ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 week ago
Sunday Star-Times

'Brutal methods saved lives'

Findings of the report into CIA torture techniques and their effectiveness are announced by Senate Intelligence Committee chair senator Dianne Feinstein. The CIA released dozens of previously classified documents Tuesday that expose disturbing ...
 Sunday Star-Times1 week ago How did the CIA treat terrorists after 9/11 attacks? week ago Newly released CIA files expose grim details of agency interrogation program  Washington Post1 week ago
Business Recorder

Saudi denied victim status in Lithuania black site probe

Home » World » Middle East Tuesday, 14 June 2016 21:36 Posted by VILNIUS: A Lithuanian court has denied "victim status" to a Saudi terror suspect held in Guantanamo after allegations he may have been tortured at a secret CIA jail in the ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago Saudi terror suspect denied 'victim status'  Gulf Times1 week ago Saudi seeks victim status in Lithuania CIA 'black site' probe  Yahoo! News1 month ago

Guantánamo prisoners watch 'Married With Children'

Military leadership has long argued that torture is strictly taboo here. But the assertion took on new meaning during a media visit this week when the Army officer who runs the prisoners 35,000-item library revealed that the last donated book he ...
 Miami Herald1 month ago
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