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THE CIA AND SECRECY | Globe Editorial

Torture gets a free pass

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September 19, 2010

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Rather than allow the government to sidestep lawsuits involving alleged torture by claiming a broad-brush state secrets exemption, courts should assess the secrecy claims in private on a step-by-step basis, allowing some cases to be resolved without revealing any dangerous information. (Full article: 375 words)

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