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National Security & Human Rights

Senator Wyden Right to Challenge Anti-Whistleblower Provision in Intel Authorization Act

Shanna Devine, May 05, 2011

GAP recently warned with other good government groups (in a joint letter to the Senate) that a broadly-crafted provision in the Intelligence Authorization Act, if passed, would undermine Congress' ability to ensure proper checks on the Intelligence Community (IC), and afford IC agency heads sweeping new power to retaliate against national security whistleblowers.

McCarthyism on Steroids: Monitoring Americans

Jesselyn Radack, December 20, 2010

Collateral Murder--The Sequel (and Gang Assault of the Whistleblower)

Jesselyn Radack, September 20, 2010

Yesterday's Washington Post had a chilling story that rivals the "Collateral Murder" video put out by Wikileaks: Members of U.S.

Washington Post Editorial Questions Torture Suit Against Rumsfeld

Jesselyn Radack, August 31, 2010

The Washington Post has an editorial today, U.S. citizens who say they were tortured get their day in court, questioning a federal District Court decision, which allowed a torture lawsuit to proceed against high level U.S.

Holder Suggests Miranda Exception for American Citizen Terrorism Suspects

Jesselyn Radack, May 10, 2010

This post also appears on GAP Homeland Security Director Jesselyn Radack's Daily Kos blog.

GAP Opposes Bringing Unjust Guantanamo Bay Practices to Illinois Prison

, April 09, 2010

A coalition of civil liberties groups, including GAP, the ACLUAlliance for Justice

Whistleblower Can Sue Rumsfeld for Torture

, March 08, 2010

A federal judge in Chicago has dismissed a government motion to throw out a lawsuit brought against former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. The suit was brought by two American citizens who were subjected to torture in Iraq.

Whistleblower Can Sue Rumsfeld for Torture

, March 08, 2010

A federal judge in Chicago has dismissed a government motion to throw out a lawsuit brought against former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. The suit was brought by two American citizens who were subjected to torture in Iraq.

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