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11/01/2005 | Bahamas signs on with seaport nuclear detection program
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
The Megaports accord with the U.S. Department of Energy is the sixth with a foreign government, but a first in the Caribbean ...
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11/01/2005 | LNG coming to a seaport near you: A clear and present danger, or hot air about a cool fuel?
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
LNG proponents say a path-breaking Sandia National Laboratories report on LNG and maritime security includes arguments in their favor--and still tells only part of the story ...
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11/01/2005 | Judge Chertoff picked to replace Ridge at DHS
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
Former New Jersey anti-organized crime prosecutor played key role in developing U.S. post-9/11 legal strategies ...
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11/01/2005 | Bahamas signs on with seaport nuclear detection program
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
The Megaports accord with the U.S. Department of Energy is the sixth with a foreign government, but a first in the Caribbean ...
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09/01/2005 | Unanswered Questions - Alberto Gonzales will likely be confirmed. But that won't stop the widening scandal over Gitmo detainees
Michael Isikoff | Newsweek Internacional
Ibraham Al Qosi's stories seemed fairly outlandish when they first surfaced last fall. In a lawsuit, Al Qosi, a Sudanese accountant apprehended after 9/11 on suspicions of ties to Al Qaeda, charged that he and other detainees at Guantanamo Bay had been subjected to bizarre forms of humiliation and abuse by U.S. military inquisitors. ...
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09/01/2005 | Unanswered Questions - Alberto Gonzales will likely be confirmed. But that won't stop the widening scandal over Gitmo detainees
Michael Isikoff | Newsweek Internacional
Ibraham Al Qosi's stories seemed fairly outlandish when they first surfaced last fall. In a lawsuit, Al Qosi, a Sudanese accountant apprehended after 9/11 on suspicions of ties to Al Qaeda, charged that he and other detainees at Guantanamo Bay had been subjected to bizarre forms of humiliation and abuse by U.S. military inquisitors. ...
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07/01/2005 | Open letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee - PDF
David M. Brahms and others | Human Rights First
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07/01/2005 | We Are All Torturers Now
Mark Danner | NY Times
At least since Watergate, Americans have come to take for granted a certain story line of scandal, in which revelation is followed by investigation, adjudication and expiation. Together, Congress and the courts investigate high-level wrongdoing and place it in a carefully constructed narrative, in which crimes are charted, malfeasance is explicated and punishment is apportioned as the final step in the journey back to order, justice and propriety. ...
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07/01/2005 | Open letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee - PDF
David M. Brahms and others | Human Rights First
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07/01/2005 | We Are All Torturers Now
Mark Danner | NY Times
At least since Watergate, Americans have come to take for granted a certain story line of scandal, in which revelation is followed by investigation, adjudication and expiation. Together, Congress and the courts investigate high-level wrongdoing and place it in a carefully constructed narrative, in which crimes are charted, malfeasance is explicated and punishment is apportioned as the final step in the journey back to order, justice and propriety. ...
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