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Article • December 14, 2017
Filed under: War on Terror, Terrorism, FBI
D.C. Circuit Holds Bivens Not Available for Extraterritorial Incidents by On October 23, 2015, the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit held that a man who had been detained, interrogated and tortured for four months in three African countries by and with the consent of FBI agents could not ...
Article • December 12, 2017
Filed under: War on Terror, Terrorism
Fourth Circuit Allows Abu Ghraib Torture Suit to Move Forward by Christopher Zoukis The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has reversed a district court's ruling that a war crimes lawsuit brought by Iraqi nationals allegedly tortured by military contractors in 2003 and 2004 cannot go forward. ...
Article • November 28, 2017
Report Finds Medical Professionals Facilitated Torture of Alleged Terrorists by Derek Gilna by Derek Gilna The Task Force on Preserving Medical Professionalism in National Security Detention Centres issued a report slamming health care professionals voluntarily working with the military and intelligence communities who “[p]articipated in cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment ...
Article • September 6, 2017
Judicial Watch Not Entitled to Internal Department of Defense Memo In Bowe Bergdahl Case, D.C. Circuit Court Rules by Lonnie Burton by Lonnie Burton On February 7, 2017, a three-judge panel sitting in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit affirmed a ruling of the D.C. District Court ...
Article • September 1, 2017
Second Circuit Rules Against American Civil Liberties Union on Drone Strike FOIA Request by Christopher Zoukis by Christopher Zoukis The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has denied a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request in which the American Civil Liberties Union requested documents from several government ...
Publication • 2017
Office of the Inspector General - Audit of the DOJ's Handling of Known or Suspected Terrorists, 2017 Audit of the Department of Justice's Handling of Known or Suspected Terrorists Admitted into the Federal Witness Security Program Audit Division 17-34 REDACTED - FOR PUBLIC RELEASE September 2017 U//LES//SSI (~) AUDIT OF ...
Article • March 28, 2017
Filed under: War on Terror
Just Another Week in the War on Terror by Joseph Margulies by Joseph Margulies, Verdict (Justia) Last week witnessed four parallel developments—two on Tuesday and two more on Wednesday—that collectively reveal the casual, and therefore appalling, normality of the war on terror. The first arrived Tuesday morning, when the European Court ...
Blank UF-250 Form - Stop, Question and Frisk Report Worksheet, NYPD, 2016 Case 1:12-cv-02274-AT-HBP Document 105 Filed 02/14/13 Page 157 of 158 APPENDIX B Blank UF-250 Form 157
Are French Prisons Radicalizing Muslim Prisoners? by Joe Watson The demographics inside French prisons have become a hot-button issue in the aftermath of eleven terrorist attacks that have occurred in France since January 2015. At least six individuals involved in those attacks are believed to have been inducted into radical ...
Publication • November 30, 2016
al Qaida-Like Mobile Discussions & Potential Creative Uses, MI Bn OSINT Team, 2008 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Supplemental to the 304th MI Bn Periodic Newsletter Sample Overview: al Qaida-Like Mobile Discussions & Potential Creative Uses By 304th MI Bn OSINT Team October 16, 2008 This is a draft FOUO product ...
Abu Zubaydah: Torture’s “Poster Child” by Marjorie Cohn In August, Abu Zubaydah, who has been imprisoned at Guantanamo for 14 years without being charged with a crime, appeared for the first time before the U.S. military Periodic Review Board, which determines whether Guantanamo detainees will continue to be held as ...
Publication • November 17, 2016
Terrorist Watchlist Screening - FBI Has Enhanced Its Use of Information from Firearm and Explosives Background Checks to Support Counterterrorism Efforts, GAO, 2010 United States Government Accountability Office GAO Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate For Release on Delivery Expected at 10:00 a.m. ...
Full Senate Report on CIA Torture Remains Classified, Largely Unread by Matthew Clarke “I want to be absolutely clear with our people and the world. The United States does not torture” – George W. Bush On December 9, 2014, the Senate Intelligence Committee released a heavily-redacted, 525-page executive summary of ...
Chicago Police Detective Accused of Brutality Used Similar Techniques at Guantanamo by Derek Gilna In an ironic twist of fate, a former Chicago police detective accused of acts of brutality against suspects in police custody has been cited for using similar tactics at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, ...
Article • September 22, 2016
A Rare Glimpse of Abu Zubaydah 14 Years After First CIA Torture Session by By Margot Williams, The Intercept Abu Zubaydah, 45, made his first appearance Tuesday on video from Guantanamo in a hearing before a Periodic Review Board, 14 years after the last day of a month-long interrogation at a CIA ...
UN Committee Against Torture Issues Report on United States by Matthew Clarke The United Nations Committee Against Torture issued a combined report encompassing its third to fifth periodic reports on the United States at its 1276th and 1277th meetings held on November 20, 2014. The report lauded some improvements under ...
Navy Nurse Refuses to Force-feed Guantanamo Prisoners by Derek Gilna An unnamed Navy nurse at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba that houses alleged terrorist detainees, who was facing expulsion from the Navy for his refusal to participate in force-feeding prisoners, has been allowed to return to his ...
Publication • September 1, 2016
Classification Guidance for CIA High Value Detainee Information (redacted), CIA, undated
Publication • September 1, 2016
Classification Guidance for CIA Rendition, Detention and Interrogation (redacted), CIA, 2011
9-11 Detainees' Illegal Detention Claims Dismissed, Prisoner Abuse Claims Remain by Matthew Clarke In a 99-page, unpublished opinion dated June 14, 2006, New York federal district judge John Gleeson dismissed the illegal detention claims by eight ex-prisoners arrested in a post-9-11 sweep of illegal immigrants. He refused to dismiss their ...
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