Jameel Jaffer Discusses Torture Memos with Salon's Glenn Greenwald

Yesterday, Jameel Jaffer, Director of the ACLU's National Security Project and lead counsel on ACLU v. Department of Defense, the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit that brought about the release of yesterday's torture memos, talked to Salon's Glenn Greenwald. You can listen to the interview at the bottom of this post.

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anonymous

To Jameel Jaffer and others with the ACLU:

Thank you for your hard work on behalf of all of us who love this country and believe in the rule of law.

Vic Livingston

FUSION CENTER CENSORSHIP OF ACLU BLOG...

OR TAMPERING WITH TELECOMMUNICATIONS OF "TARGETED" USERS?

When I checked this thread on Friday, there were about a dozen comments. This morning (Monday, April 20th), my browser is showing no comments.

Could this be evidence of government fusion center tampering? Please read this:

http://nowpublic.com/world/govt-fusion-center-spying-pretext-harass-and-...

OR (if link is corrupted / disabled):

http://NowPublic.scrivener

BERNT VON GRABE

I am trying to contact Mr. Jameel Jaffer to provide him with evidence in a case currently pending but it appears that the ACLU could not care less whether it wins or loses a lawsuit. Every attempt to even contact ACLU employees to have them forward an e-mail has been defeated and answered with liknks to as yet another state ACLU. It is beyond comprehension that the AZCLU claims to be interested in civil right but torpedos every attempt to provide assistance. bvongrabe@gmail.com

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