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U.S. Psychologists Face Lawsuit For Designing CIA Torture Program

Lawsuit against former contractors may shed light on CIA's use...

When Gul Rahman was taken to the "salt pit," a then-secret CIA prison in Afghanistan, he was given a psychological evaluation by CIA contractor Bruce Jessen. Jessen wanted "to determine which CIA enhanced interrogation techniques should be used on ... Los Angeles Times, 1 week ago
Lawsuit against two former contractors..., 1 week ago

What's Left of the CIA's Notorious Black Sites Secret Prison Network

The building at Antaviliai, erected on the site of the paddock of the former riding school . In 2004, a few months before the Supreme Court ruled in Rasul v. Bush that prisoners at Guantánamo could challenge their detentions through the U.S. court ...
 Slate Magazine1 week ago
International Business Times UK

CIA took gruesome nude photographs of detainees

The CIA has long been at the center of controversy over their physical and psychological interrogation and detention tactics. Now, new reports are emerging that the CIA has been taking naked photographs of subjects the agency has been sending to its ...
 Examiner.com1 month ago Exposed: CIA's naked torture horror  Northern Territory News1 month ago CIA took naked photos of detainees before sending them for torture  Islam Times1 month ago Questions about torture, how to handle terrorists raised after report reveals CIA photographed suspects naked  International Business Times Australia1 month ago

ACLU sues for docs on CIA detention site

The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration on Thursday looking to obtain documents about federal prison officials visit to a CIA detention site where people were subjected to brutal interrogation techniques. ...
 The Hill2 weeks ago ACLU sues over secret documents about alleged CIA torture site  UPI2 weeks ago CBS World News: ACLU sues Justice Dept. for Afghan detention site docs  BNet2 weeks ago

Court skeptical of releasing secret 'torture' report

Two federal judges appeared unwilling Thursday to force the release of a 6,900-page Senate study about the CIA's harsh interrogation and rendition practices under President George W. Bush. Judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ...
 The Hill1 month ago

The Al-Qaeda Leader Who Wasn't: The Shameful Ordeal of Abu Zubaydah

Abu Zubaydah, a suspect who was held at a secret prison in Thailand, where he was subjected to some of the CIA's most extreme interrogation methods, according to a scathing report released by the Senate Intelligence Committee. (US Central Command ...
 RINF.com6 days ago Why Bush, Cheney and CIA Leaders Should be Charged with War Crimes  AlterNet.org6 days ago The Al-Qaeda leader who wasn't: How the CIA waterboarded the wrong person 83 times in 1 month  Sott.net3 days ago They should all be tried: George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and America's overlooked war crimes  Salon1 day ago
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News of the day from across the globe, April 27

1 CIA extradition case: Portugal's Constitutional Court rejected a former CIA operative's appeal against extradition to Italy to serve a six-year sentence for her part in the U.S. extraordinary renditions program, a court official said Tuesday. A ...
 San Francisco Chronicle5 days ago A former CIA operative will be extradited to Italy for her alleged role in kidnapping a terror suspect  Business Insider3 weeks ago

Judge won't dismiss lawsuit on harsh Central Intelligence Agency interrogation

"This is the first time a federal judge has allowed a civil lawsuit related to the CIA's alleged torture program to proceed", the Wall Street Journal reported. A US judge on Friday refused to dismiss a lawsuit against the former military ...
 Equilibrio Informativo5 days ago Federal judge allows CIA torture lawsuit to move forward  UPI1 week ago Federal judge allows former CIA...  DailyNews724.com1 week ago

Torture is not the answer

Too little, and much too late. CIA Director John Brennan this week declared that the CIA would refuse to engage in waterboarding in the future, even if ordered to do so. This was the latest in a recent string of headline-grabbing proclamations from ...
 The Hill1 week ago CIA director says he would refuse to waterboard detainees even if ordered by the president  Sott.net2 weeks ago

The dark prisoners: Inside the CIA's torture programme

Despite US admissions that it tortured people after 9/11, little has been heard from the victims themselves. "There is a proverb that a human being is stronger than a stone and more tender than a flower." - Habib Rahman, brother of Gul Rahman ...
 Al Jazeera1 month ago
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