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Independent Civilian Interrogation & Defense Contractor

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  1. civilian contractor, retained by the military to assist it at the prison in conducting interrogations for the purpose of obtain-ing intelligence. The plaintiffs allege that while they were detained, the contractor’s employees and military personnel conspired among themselves and with others to torture and abuse them and to cover up that conduct.
  2. This section prescribes policies that prohibit interrogation of detainees by contractor personnel, as required by section of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year (Pub. L. ).
  3. May 13,  · Defense Tech wants an independent investigation into who knew what about interrogation practices when. And he wants it in part because of the impact the policies surrounding those practices.
  4. Jul 10,  · Defense. Defense contractors pressure White House, DOD for more pandemic stimulus funds. By Lauren C. Williams; Jul 10,
  5. Mar 14,  · Civilian contractors from the Philippines build a Christian church for troops at Forward Operating Base Delaram in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan on April 4, (Peter Parks/AFP/Getty.
  6. The Justice Department, under your three immediate predecessors as attorneys general, was unable or unwilling to prosecute any civilian, other than a single contractor charged in June , for any crime related to interrogation.   It is time for a thorough criminal investigation.
  7. "The use of contractors for what is a military function is a huge issue," said retired Navy admiral, John Hutson, who served as the Navy's judge advocate general from to and joined in the call for an independent investigation. "It's a problem when contractors are inserted in the chain of command.".
  8. May 07,  · Do what the civilian contractors tell you to do and don't interfere with them and loosen these soldiers up for interrogation." In Congress passed a law allowing criminal proceedings against Defense Department contractors working abroad, after civilian contractors with El Segundo-based DynCorp escaped prosecution on accusations in

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