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August 21, 2009

ACLU Lawyers Identify Covert CIA Agents to Al Qaeda Terrorists

Posted by Dave Blount at August 21, 2009 11:10 AM

The ACLU's campaign on behalf of Islamic terrorists now includes helping them to identify CIA operatives, who can be targeted for assassination after the liberals who run things set the terrorists free. Lawyers have provided pictures of covert officers to detainees charged with organizing the all-but-forgotten 9/11 attacks.

The lawyers were apparently attempting to identify CIA officers and contractors involved in the agency's interrogation of al-Qaeda suspects in facilities outside the United States, where the agency employed harsh techniques. …
The photos were taken by researchers hired by the John Adams Project, a joint effort of the American Civil Liberties Union and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers…

Some of the agents' photos were "surreptitiously taken outside their homes," pointedly jeopardizing agents' families.

The put-upon terrorists will soon be getting their revenge for having to tolerate unscented soap and underinflated balls in the Club Gitmo rec room. If the West's moonbat rulers would release Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, who murdered 270 above Lockerbie, it won't be long before still more Gitmo vacationers return to the battlefield — which will increasingly become our own cities, now that the War on Terror has been abandoned.

September 11
Anyone remember this?

On a tip from V the K.