Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Memos, Memos and More Memos: Torture, Treason, Spying, More….

Memos, Memos and More Memos: Torture, Treason, Spying, More….



Below are previously inaccessible memos written by Bush administration officials outlining their reasons for why the military had the right to warrantless wiretaps and warrantless search and seizures of people in the U.S. they deemed to be terrorist suspects. The Obama administration released the memos. Read them below.

Memorandum Regarding Status of Certain OLC Opinions Issued in the Aftermath of the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001 (01-15-2009)


Memorandum Regarding Constitutionality of Amending Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to Change the "Purpose" Standard for Searches (09-25-2001)


Memorandum Regarding Authority for Use of Military Force to Combat Terrorist Activities within the United States (10-23-2001)


Memorandum Regarding Authority of the President to Suspend Certain Provisions of the ABM Treaty (11-15-2001)


Memorandum Regarding the President's Power as Commander in Chief to Transfer Captured Terrorists to the Control and Custody of Foreign Nations (03-13-2002)


Memorandum Regarding Swift Justice Authorization Act (04-08-2002)


Memorandum Regarding Determination of Enemy Belligerency and Military Detention (06-08-2002)


Memorandum Regarding Applicability of 18 U.S.C. § 4001(a) to Military Detention of United States Citizens (06-27-2002)


Memorandum Regarding October 23, 2001 OLC Opinion Addressing the Domestic Use of Military Force to Combat Terrorist Activities (10-06-2008)



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Smithsonian’s Zoo’s Adorable Clouded Leopard Cubs

Posted by: Molly Redden in Uncategorized, tags: photosSmithsonian's National Zoo

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