Elliot Mincberg

Vice President and Legal Director for People for the American Way

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Vice President and Legal Director for People for the American Way, a progressive civil rights lobbying group in Washington, DC.

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At the White House last week, President Bush signed the  controversial new law on treatment of suspects 
in the "war on terror." It lays out new rules for interrogation,
detention…

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At the White House last week, President Bush signed the controversial new law on treatment of suspects in the "war on terror." It lays out new rules for interrogation, detention…

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At the White House last week, President Bush signed the  controversial new law on treatment of suspects  in the "war on terror."

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At the White House last week, President Bush signed the controversial new law on treatment of suspects in the "war on terror."

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