Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Federal agencies must reveal a memorandum that outlines the legal basis for assassinating Anwar al-Awlaki while the U.S. citizen was living Yemen, the 2nd Circuit unanimously ruled today according to Courthouse News.
Anwar al-Awlaki was living in Yemen when he was killed in a bomb. A separate strike killed his 16 year old son a week later.
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An American Civil Liberties Union official called the decision a "resounding rejection of the government's effort to use secrecy and selective disclosure to manipulate public opinion about the targeted killing program."
The agencies also must provide information about why they refused to confirm or deny the existence of other documents.
Read the full report here

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