Steve Watt

American Civili Liberties Union

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Staff attorney with the Human Rights Program of the American Civil Liberties Union, he has represented detainees who have been rendered and tortured as part of the war on terror

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In the aftermath of September 11, the CIA adopted a program of torture — painstakingly  documented  by a Senate Committee investigation.

New Lawsuit Targets Psychologists in CIA Torture

In the aftermath of September 11, the CIA adopted a program of torture — painstakingly documented by a Senate Committee investigation.

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President Bush today repeated his challenge to Congress to give him the tools he says he needs to try notorious suspects in the war on terror.

President Bush Renews Focus in the War on Terror

President Bush today repeated his challenge to Congress to give him the tools he says he needs to try notorious suspects in the war on terror.

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