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EW YORK -- A judge for a second time has denied efforts by the American Civil Liberties Union to force the CIA to release names and documents relating to Sept. 11 detainees who were interrogated harshly.
CIA Director Leon Panetta had told the judge in court papers that releasing documents about the agency's terror interrogations would gravely damage national security.
Originally posted by sos37
reply to post by DarkspARCS
Don't pin this all on the Bush administration. If you blame the Bush administration for acts of torture the you must also blame Obama because he nominated Leon Panetta as head of the CIA and was confirmed by a Democrat Congress. Panetta is helping to keep those documents secret. How's that for a new "transparent" government and promising to hold the previous administration accountable?
[edit on 25-3-2010 by sos37]