FOIA documents on US torture and interrogation of prisoners [ACLU]

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Log of (and links to) records obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union from the US Defense Department and other government agencies pursuant to a Freedom of Information Act request for documents concerning the treatment and interrogation of detainees in United States custody, the deaths of detainees in United States custody, and the "rendition" of detainees to countries known to use torture; released December 7, 2004. Review the log, with descriptions of the contents of the documents included, here. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here.

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