Raha Wala

Human Rights First

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Director of National Security Advocacy at Human Rights First, an organization which advocates for American leadership on human rights

Raha Wala on KCRW

Two years ago, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence exposed the depths of rendition and torture conducted by private contractors on behalf of the CIA.

Victims Sue Architects of the CIA's Torture Program

Two years ago, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence exposed the depths of rendition and torture conducted by private contractors on behalf of the CIA.

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In the first years after 911, the CIA allowed the torture of detainees and lied to the Bush Administration and Congress about the intelligence it produced.

Black Sites and Dark Days for the CIA

In the first years after 911, the CIA allowed the torture of detainees and lied to the Bush Administration and Congress about the intelligence it produced.

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