Post Tagged with: "interrogation"

May 10, 2011 05:22

Eric Holder Should End Investigation of CIA Interrogators

As the Obama administration takes its well-deserved bows for having given the order to have a Navy seal team go into Pakistan and kill Osama bin Laden, how is it possible for Attorney General Eric Holder to still be leading a criminal investigation of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officers for their interrogations of captured terrorists.

May 3, 2011 05:42

It Was Waterboarding That Led Us To Bin Laden

Rep. Pete King explains to Bill O’Reilly how key information to find Osama was obtained through “enhanced interrogation” technique of waterboarding.

May 3, 2011 05:00

Bin Laden’s Death and the Vindication of George W. Bush

bin Laden’s death is a direct result of information gained from the interrogation of detainees, reportedly at the famed Guantanamo Bay prison camp…. It would seem that George Bush and the defenders of his detainee policy were right all along.

July 2, 2010 06:39

More Al Qaeda Links to Terror in U.S.

Terrorist connections revealed vindicate CIA interrogation program that Attorney General Holder, President Obama, and the rest of this administration have denounced, shut down, and tried to criminalize. There really is a terror war against us.

March 18, 2010 08:50

Liz Cheney’s Big Question Is the Obama administration on the right side of national security?

‘This is an inefficient and dangerous way to run an anti-terror bureaucracy that needs clarity and consistency.’

February 26, 2010 05:40

GOP saves intelligence community from threat of life prison sentences for ‘harsh’ interrogation techniques

The McDermott amendment would have outlawed measures such as threatening detainees, using prolonged isolation and applying duct tape over a prisoner’s eyes. It would also prohibit an interrogator from “using force or the threat of force to coerce an individual to desecrate the individual’s religious articles, or to blaspheme his or her religious beliefs, or to otherwise participate in acts intended to violate the individual’s religious beliefs.”

February 24, 2010 06:03

Pelosi caught in lies about interrogation briefings

According to contemporaneous CIA documents, Pelosi had been briefed on September 4, 2002 on the use of waterboarding and other so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques” on al Qaeda big Abu Zubaydeh. Now, details have emerged in other just-disclosed documents that show Pelosi was briefed even earlier. No one has been more active in the Democrats’ war against our intelligence community than House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

February 24, 2010 05:14

Ashcroft Says Not to ‘Put Our Head in the Sand’ in War on Terror

“The defense of freedom requires an integrity of vocabulary and a transparency in policy that I believe is essential for our success. I think when defending freedom, if you refuse to call a war a war you’re unlikely to be able to defend it successfully,” he said, alluding to the so-called war on terror.

February 2, 2010 08:39

The Case for Military Tribunals

Battleground conditions do not translate to federal criminal rules. There are no evidence bags stored in the foxhole to preserve the chain of custody. Any effort by a trial judge to force the terrorist’s foot into our constitutionally honed Cinderella shoe threatens valued protections that have been enlarged over two centuries of Supreme Court review, most since World War II. At the same time, a policy that includes the possibility of a civilian trial for any terrorist controls our treatment of all terrorists, thereby crippling our ability to obtain needed intelligence.