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2004

Urge the Administration to Release all Torture-Related Documents

From: Matt Howes, National Internet Organizer, ACLU

To: ACLU Action Network Members

Subject: Urge the Administration to Release all Torture-Related Documents

1) Urge the Administration to Release all Torture-Related Documents
2) You can shape the future of the Action Network!

For months now, the Bush White House has refused to release dozens of documents related to the Administration's policies on the detention, interrogation and torture of foreign prisoners. But President Bush's nomination of Alberto Gonzales, who is widely regarded as one of the key architects of those policies, to be the nation's top law enforcement officer should finally allow the Senate to insist on receiving these crucial documents.

Despite requests in congressional hearings and a lawsuit filed by the ACLU, the Bush Administration continues to refuse to release dozens of documents that reportedly show how policy changes that Gonzales recommended be made at the White House and at top levels of government trickled down to decisions by the military and the CIA for holding prisoners in Afghanistan and Iraq.

The American people deserve to know the truth about these policies. Unless senators receive these documents, they cannot know the true story of how Gonzales’ actions relate to some of the worst violations of human rights committed by our country against foreign prisoners.

Take Action! Urge your Senators to demand that Gonzales and the Bush Administration release all of the torture-related documents before considering Gonzales as Attorney General.

Click here for more information and to take action:

//www.aclu.org/NationalSecurity/NationalSecurity.cfm?ID=17083&c=108


2) You can shape the future of the Action Network!

In the coming months, the ACLU will launch a significant renovation of our online advocacy system. Our goal is to provide you with the tools and information you need to be even more active in the fight for civil liberties.

We're looking for your ideas and suggestions. What kind of improvements would help you become more involved? What kind of information do you need, but do not currently receive? How could we enhance our program and our site?

Click here to complete the survey and give your suggestions:

https://www.aclu.org/surveys/surveyQuestions.cfm?surveyID=16
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