TORTURE MEMO

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Demand Accountability for Torture!

For more than five years, the ACLU and other advocacy organizations have been seeking the release of Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) memos that supplied the basis for the Bush administration’s interrogation, detention, rendition, and warrantless surveillance policies.

The OLC, which is a component of the Justice Department, was created to provide objective legal advice to the Attorney General and to resolve legal disputes among federal agencies. During the Bush administration, however, the OLC became a facilitator for illegal government conduct, issuing dozens of memos meant to permit gross violations of domestic and international law. Some of these memos have become public through leaks to the media and through the ACLU’s litigation under the Freedom of Information Act. But most of them are still secret.

As the ACLU wrote in a January 28, 2009 letter to the OLC, the release of the memos would allow the public to better understand the legal basis for the Bush administration’s national security policies; to better understand the role that the OLC played in developing, justifying, and advocating those policies; and to participate more meaningfully in the ongoing debate about national security, civil liberties, and human rights.
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Petitian Accountability for Torture

Department of Justice Main Switchboard – 202-514-2000
Office of the Attorney General202-353-1555
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First torture was not okay
then it was okay
then it wasn’t okay
now it is okay
now it’s?

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just keeps getting worse

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Shocking Reply by the GOP

Conclusion:
Send the Bush Administration to Iraq for justice.

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