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Ruling: No Court Can Hear Abuse and Wrongful Death Claims from Guantánamo

More change ... not. No day in court for 9/11 families, no day in court for those who have died since.

Yes, America is Still in an Official State of Emergency

February 9, 2010 Washingtonsblog.com A reader asked whether the U.S. is still in an official state of emergency, and if so, what that means. The answer is yes, we are still in a state of emergency. Specifically: On September...

Obama confidant’s spine-chilling proposal

By Glenn Greenwald January 15, 2010 Salon.com (updated below - Update II - Update III - Update IV) Cass Sunstein has long been one of Barack Obama's closest confidants. Often mentioned as a likely...

WPost Helps CIA Defend Torture

By Ray McGovern August 30, 2009 ConsortiumNews.com EXTRA! Read all about it in the Washington Post: Torture worked; Cheney and torture practitioners vindicated. It seems coverage of the Bush administration's "war on terror" has been put back on track by...

NY Supreme Court Appoints Referee to Oversee Revalidation of Rejected Signatures

New York City--On Monday, August 3, 2009, the New York Supreme Court appointed an independent referee to oversee a line-by-line review of the NYC CAN petition signatures that were declared invalid by the New...

NYC CAN News Bulletin — July 31, 2009

PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY 9/11 Family Members and Survivor File for Re-validation of Citizens' Signatures with New York State Supreme Court, following rejection of NYC CAN petition by the City Clerk and...

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