Targeted Killing Program: America’s Shameful Response to 9/11

By: Friday September 9, 2011 1:59 pm

To mark the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the ACLU released a report that looks at how “ever-expanding claims of national security” have subverted freedoms and justified an assault on civil liberties.

The report scrutinizes racial and religious profiling, the expansion of the surveillance state, the impunity of the Bush administration officials who created a legal justification for torture and the framework that has dominated America since the attacks: the belief that America is in an “everywhere and forever war” which justifies any program, regardless of how it undermines civil liberties or the rule of law.

Mudd Wrestling and Torture: Veteran CIA Counterterrorism Specialist Linked to Torture Quietly Retired Weeks Ago

By: Wednesday April 21, 2010 7:05 pm

Spencer’s got one of the big scoops of the day: that Philip Mudd left the FBI about six weeks ago (so early March). The timing of his departure is notable, given Mudd’s role in the CIA and the Counterterrorism Center in 2002-2003.

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