After September 11, 2001, U.S. officials authorized the cruel treatment and torture of prisoners held in Afghanistan, Iraq, Guantanamo, and the CIA's secret prisons overseas.

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Refers to informal comments on memo. All other info redacted.

Refers to MEJA Materials-Statute, DOJ Guidance Memos, Final Draft of DOD Regulations. States that there are 4 attachments. All other info redacted.

List of people to be notified of indictment in CIA NC case.

This email is almost entirely redacted, but it appears to concern the "NC Case."

Oct. 15, 2004
David E. Nahmias
Barry Sabin | Patrick Rowan | Christopher A. Wray
David E. Nahmias, Barry Sabin, Christopher A. Wray, Patrick Rowan
Refers to "Daily." Contents Completely Redacted.
Oct. 15, 2004
David E. Nahmias | Barry Sabin | Michael J. Mullaney
David E. Nahmias, Barry Sabin, Michael J. Mullaney, Patrick Rowan
Refers to Draft OLC opinion. All other info redacted.