Ali Soufan’s Book “The Black Banners” Cited by the Miami Herald: Is U.S. Blocking Publication of Former NCIS Investigator’s Tell-All Torture Book?
August 4, 2017

Is U.S. Blocking Publication of Former NCIS Investigator’s Tell-All Torture Book?

Miami Herald
By: Carol Rosenberg

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A former NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service) investigator who worked at the wartime prison (Guantanamo Bay, Cuba) during the Bush administration has written a book, “Unjustifiable Means.” Now his civil liberties lawyers are asking a bipartisan group of senators for help getting the Pentagon to clear it for publication …

The lawyers’ letter describes what might be troubling Defense Department officials about the book:

“ ‘Unjustifiable Means’ concerns the Bush administration’s policies authorizing the cruel treatment and torture of detainees. It is an insider’s account of the moral and strategic costs of those policies and the many ways that honorable Americans working in government protested and resisted them” …

The lawyers wrote the senators that other U.S. agents who worked on interrogation policy in the Bush administration have published books on the topic, in some instances with information blacked out. It cites as examples former FBI agent Ali Soufan’s “Black Banners” …

 

 

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To read the full article please click on the link below:
http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/guantanamo/article165286797.html

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