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Steve Watt

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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.

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