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Latest Documents Released by DOJ

POSTED: 05:40 PM ET, 08/25/2009 by washingtonpost.com

OLC Letter to John Rizzo (PDF) (July 13, 2002)

OLC Memo for Michael Chertoff on Patriot Act (PDF) (Aug. 6, 2002)

OLC Memo on Use of Military Force in Iraq (PDF) (Oct. 21, 2002)

OLC Memo to Inspector General on FBI Bulletins (PDF) (April 5, 2004)

OLC Letter to Scott Muller on IG Report (PDF) (May 27, 2004)

OLC Letter to Scott Muller on Interrogation Techniques (PDF) (July 7, 2004)

Attorney General Letter to John Mclaughlin on Interrogation Techniques (PDF) (July 22, 2004)

OLC Letter to John Rizzo on Waterboarding (PDF) (Aug. 6, 2004)

OLC Letter to John Rizzo on Specific Interrogation Techniques (PDF) (Aug. 26, 2004)

OLC Letter to John Rizzo on Specific Interrogation Techniques (PDF) (Sept. 6, 2004)

OLC Letter to John Rizzo on Specific Interrogation Techniques (PDF) (Sept. 20, 2004)

OLC Memo to John Rizzo on Detainee Treatment Act (PDF) (Aug. 31, 2006)

OLC Letter to John Rizzo on Conditions of Confinement (PDF) (Aug, 31, 2006)

OLC Letter to John Rizzo on War Crimes Act (PDF) (July 7, 2007)

OLC Memo by Steven Bradbury (PDF) (Aug. 23, 2007)

OLC Memo by Steven Bradbury (PDF) (Nov. 6, 2007)

OLC Memo by Steven Bradbury (PDF) (Nov. 7, 2007)

Memo by Barron on OLC Opinion (PDF) (June 11, 2009)

Memo by Barron on OLC Opinion (PDF) (April 15, 2009)


OLC Letter to John Helgerson (PDF) (June 14, 2004)

Dept. of Defense and Inspector General Questionnaire Regarding Detainees (PDF)

ACLU vs. Dept. of Defense, Criminal Division (PDF)

Bronte v. Dept. of Defense (PDF)

CIA, Inspector General Release (PDF)

Rayner Document (PDF) (Aug. 24, 2009)

ACLU vs. CIA Discretionary, Combined(PDF)

ACLU v. Dept. of Defense, OLC Combined(PDF)

Amnesty v. CIA (see p. 25-44) (PDF)

Amnesty v. State (PDF)

By washingtonpost.com |  August 25, 2009; 5:40 PM ET Hot Documents
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