Ben Wizner

American Civil Liberties Union

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Litigation Director of the American Civil Liberties Union's National Security Project

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The  killing of Osama bin Laden  was an act of finality, but international debate about its legality and morality has just begun, and the discovery of his hideout in Pakistan has…

Osama bin Laden: Targeted Killings and Torture

The killing of Osama bin Laden was an act of finality, but international debate about its legality and morality has just begun, and the discovery of his hideout in Pakistan has…

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The  killing of Osama bin Laden  was an act of finality, but international debate about its legality and morality has just begun.

Osama bin Laden: Targeted Killings and Torture

The killing of Osama bin Laden was an act of finality, but international debate about its legality and morality has just begun.

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