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A letter from a U.S. senator to the FBI requesting documents regarding interrogation of enemy detainees.
Oct. 30, 2009
Valerie E. Caproni
A letter from the House of Representatives to President George W. Bush informing him of their determination to investigate the prison abuses at Abu Gharib and elsewhere and to request his assistance in obtaining key documents. The letter includes ...
Oct. 30, 2009
Henry A. Waxman
George W. Bush
Henry A. Waxman, John Conyers, Jr.
The document is a transcript of proceedings from the United States Senate's Committee on the Judiciary. The transcript is a record of FBI Director Robert Mueller's statement regarding FBI oversight, terrorism and other topics.
The document includes portions of the transcript from the SASC hearing with Generals Craddock, Schmidt, and Furlow, regarding allegations of the abusive treatment of detainees and the Department of Defense's role in investigating such claims.
Interview (Transcript)
Randall Mark Schmidt, John T. Furlow, Bantz J. Craddock
The document is a letter from Senator Patrick Leahy to FBI Director Robert Mueller, regarding the FBI's withholding of key information about the abusive treatment of prisoners in U.S. custody overseas.
Senator, Patrick Leahy
Robert S. Mueller
Patrick Leahy, Robert S. Mueller
This document expresses the minority views of Vice Chairman Chambliss and Senators Burr, Risch, Coats, Rubio, and Coburn written in response to the full Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency's Detention and Interrogation Program. ...
This letter from Sen. Patrick Leahy to Secretary of State Colin Powell requests information concerning the arrest, detention & interrogation of persons captured in the War on Terror since September 11, 2001.
Oct. 28, 2011
Senator, Patrick Leahy
Secretary of State, Colin Powell
Patrick Leahy, Colin L. Powell
This is a CIA Routing Slip for the distribution of a October 25, 2005 letter from Senator Carl Levin (D-MI), Ranking Member SASC, requesting a copy of the Inspector General report on its investigation of CIA personnel involvement in abuse of ...
Mar. 11, 2011
Non-legal Memo
Carl Levin
An exchange of letters between Senator Charles Grassley and Assistant Attorney General William E. Moschella regarding the OLC's August 2002 memo defining torture. Senator Grassley initiated the exchange by forwarding to AAG Moschella for response ...
William E. Moschella, Charles E. Grassley