The Justice Department has opened full criminal investigations of the deaths in CIA custody of two detainees, including one who perished at Iraq's notorious Abu Ghraib prison, U.S. officials said Thursday.The decision, announced by Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., means continued legal jeopardy for several CIA operatives but at the same time closes the book on inquiries that potentially threatened many others. A federal prosecutor reviewed 101 cases in which agency officers and contractors interrogated suspected terrorists during years of military action after the Sept.Read more »
"They absolutely should have been indicted for torturing, for spying, for arresting without (a) warrant" said Judge Napolitano in an interview with Ralph Nader.Read more »
A man busted for growing marijuana in Trousdale County said he was helping the country fight terrorism.
Authorities found 283 plants at a home on Middlefork Road last week.
They have not released the suspect's name, but the sheriff said the man told him he had seen former President George W. Bush once say that people who buy drugs off the street were supporting terrorism, so he decided to grow his own.Read more »
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