Tag Archive: The New Yorker

A Deadly Interrogation: Can The CIA Legally Kill a Prisoner? – Democracy Now Transcript

The death of Manadel al-Jamadi. He suffocated two years ago during a CIA interrogation at the Abu Ghraib prison. His head had been covered with a plastic bag and he was shackled in a crucifixion-like pose that inhibited his ability to…
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International War Crimes

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The Courts Suing Bin Laden – The New Yorker – by Jeffrey Toobin – PDF

2001 The Courts Suing Bin Laden Great national traumas inevitably give way to tangles of litigation, and so it will go, in all likelihood, in the wake of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. There will…
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International War Crimes

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