Tyler E. Boudreau: “The Unmaking of A Marine”

Column – Jason Leopold

I often bemoan how the media’s policy of sanitizing combat images and its failure to report what the true face of war looks like have caused the public to be detached from the carnage wrought by the occupation of Iraq and the war in Afghanistan.
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Bradbury Torture Memos to Be Released

Column – Jason Leopold

The Obama administration intends to declassify and publicly release three Justice Department memorandums drafted in May 2005 that gave CIA interrogators the legal authorization to torture “high-value” detainees as well as a list of techniques to …
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CIA Has 3,000 Documents on Torture Tapes

Column – Jason Leopold

The CIA has about 3,000 documents related to the 92 destroyed videotapes that showed “war on terror” detainees being subjected to harsh interrogations, the Justice Department has disclosed, suggesting an extensive back-and-forth between CIA field operatives …
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Bush Admin’s Conscious Policy of Torture

Column – Jason Leopold

As more pieces of a very ugly mosaic fall into place – including new details from a confidential 2007 report by the International Committee of the Red Cross about interrogations at CIA “black sites” – any remaining doubt that the Bush administration …
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Conyers Cuts a Deal With Rove, Miers

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The House Judiciary Committee cut a deal with lawyers for George W. Bush that will see his former aides Karl Rove and Harriet Miers testify in Congress’ long-running investigation into the firings of nine US Attorneys in December 2006. But their testimony, …
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