Monday, January 07, 2008
Torture In American History
A Nation That Tortures
Jordan's Spy Agency: Holding Cell for the CIA
Jordanian-U.S. Citizen Missing After Covert CIA Transport
US says it has right to kidnap British citizens
Changes in Guantanamo Bay SOP manual (2003-2004)
Detainee Operations in a Joint Environment
A word from Benamar
How to Keep an Ex-Terrorist Talking
Hill Briefed on Waterboarding in 2002
Lawyers Charge the CIA Tortured Their Client in Secret Prisons
Man Held by C.I.A. Says He Was Tortured
CIA photos 'show UK Guantanamo detainee was tortured'
Canadian Judge Finds U.S. Lacking as a Haven for Refugees
Feingold Wants Legal Determination of CIA Interrogation Program from Mukasey
Former CIA Interrogator: We Carried Out Torture Because The White House Told Us To
Destruction of C.I.A. Tapes Cleared by Lawyers
Abolish the CIA
IF THE CIA HADN'T DESTROYED THOSE TAPES, WHAT WOULD BE DIFFERENT?
Bush May Pardon America's Spies
Terror detentions 'like apartheid-era'
Lawmakers Back Limits on Interrogation Tactics
C.I.A. Chief Admits Failure to Inform Congress
The Witnessing Of American Torture
Sen. Kit Bond: Waterboarding Is Like ‘Swimming’
How An ACLU Lawsuit Might Force the Bush Administration To Reveal What Actually Happened
Destruction of CIA Tapes Defended
Bush Demands Freedom to Torture
House takes generals’ advice, outlaws detainee torture
Who authorized the CIA to destroy interrogation videos?
Was Pelosi aware of CIA's tactics?
C.I.A. Agents Sense Shifting Support for Method
Greg Grandin, On the Torturable and the Untorturable
Inside the CIA's notorious "black sites"
Yemeni Man Imprisoned at CIA “Black Sites” Tells His Story of Kidnapping and Torture
Architecture of detention
The President’s Coming-Out Party
250 former Iraq detainees claim torture in new US lawsuit
Control sought on military lawyers
Military lawyers stay unbridled
Torture Tapes are the Watergate of Our Times
Commentary: The CIA's Gift to Conspiracy Theorists
Bush Lawyers Discussed Fate of C.I.A.Tapes
As Torture Debate Heats Up, Jewish Groups Stay Mum
Huckabee: ‘If Anything,’ We Treat Inmates At Guantanamo Bay ‘Too Nice’
Fragile Hicks faces torture of freedom
In just 10 steps, Hicks becomes a free man
Al Jazeera and Abu Ghraib scuttled US war in Fallujah
CIA Chief to Drag White House Into Torture Cover-Up Storm
Operation Stop Talking
Navy JAG Andrew Williams Resigns Over Torture
Tapes by C.I.A. Lived and Died to Save Image
Judgment and Torture
"Battlefield of the Mind": U.S. Behavioral Specialists to "Deprogram" Iraqi Prisoners
The Power of Authority: A Dark Tale
9/11 Commission: Our investigation was "obstructed"
Stonewalled by the C.I.A.
Criminal Probe on CIA Tapes Opened
The CIA Tapes Prosecutor is Neither "Outside" Nor "Special," Nor "Independent"
Conyers "Disappointed" Mukasey Didn't Appoint Special Counsel for Tapes Probe
Harman Warned against Destroying Tapes in 2003
Proof Positive that the Intelligence Oversight System is Hopelessly Compromised
Show Us Your Faces
Botero's Abu Ghraib
Padilla Sues Former U.S. Lawyer Over Detention
The Presidential Candidates and Torture
Foiling U.S. Plan, Prison Expands in Afghanistan
The Torture President Wields His Veto
And those are only some of the big stories from the past month! Looking forward, we should expect the CIA tape destruction inquiry-- despite its limited mandate-- to yield some top White House victims. In the end, all roads lead to Cheney and Addington-- lets just hope John Durham can take it that deep into the heart of darkness.