Maher Arar and John Brennan
The NYTimes Editorial Board writes today:
Mr. Arar’s ordeal began in 2002, when he was seized by federal agents as he tried to change planes on his way home to Canada from a family vacation. After being held incommunicado in solitary confinement and subjected to harsh interrogation without proper access to a lawyer, he was “rendered” to Syria, where he was tortured. He was locked up for almost a year in a dank underground cell the size of a grave before he was finally let go.
Writing about the the "in the tank for John Brennan" reporting in the Media, Glenn Greenwald writes:
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