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Posted on 05/18/2012 3:26:45 PM PDT by Starman417
Lawfare Blog has a roundup of some of the latest news regarding the "GWoT":
The New Yorkers Amy Davidson interviews Ali Soufan, the author of The Black Banners, on former CIA official Jose Rodriguez. And Jane Sutton of Reuters reports that defense counsel for the alleged 9/11 co-conspirators have requested that Rodriguez be called to testify in the military commission case.
Attorney for Abu Zubaydah Joseph Margulies has this op-ed in the LA Times urging the U.S. to charge his client with a crime. And CBS News interviewed Margulies as well.
In a Senate Judiciary Hearing, FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III said that the FBI is investigating how details about the Al Qaeda plot that was thwarted was leaked to the Associated Press. Michael Schmidt at the New York Times reports. And Corey Flintoff at NPR attempts to answer the question of why terrorists target planes, collecting responses from a number of analysts and scholars.
I've been going through The Black Banners, Courting Disaster, Hard Measures, The Interrogator (by Glen Carle), John Kiriakou's The Reluctant Spy, The Hunt for KSM, and other related material to try and make sense of the discrepancies, alternate perspectives and accounts. So I've looked forward to Ali Soufan's interview by Amy Davidson in wake of Rodriguez's book.
Will Rodriguez answer back with a rebuttal?
Recent article co-authored by Glenn Carle. Unfortunately, all this opinion piece seems to do is launch into is the same broad-brushed hyperbole that sees no difference or distinction between the CTC's EIT program and the Spanish Inquisition's torture program. Danielle Celermajer and Glenn Carle want to talk in excess about the subject of torture. So...what exactly does their favorite pet peeve topic have to do with enhanced interrogation techniques? It's like they're piggybacking the controversy over the CIA's CTC program to plug Carle's book and the tortured topic of torture.
(Excerpt) Read more at floppingaces.net...
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