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The historic ACLU lawsuit brought against psychologists James Elmer Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen, architects of the post-9/11 CIA torture program, has been settled out of court. Much has been said and written about these men who designed a program of unspeakable cruelty to the tune of $81 million ...
The lawsuit says James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, because of their role in the interrogation program and their presence at the site, have information relevant to the investigation being carried out by the Organized Crimes Division of the Regional Public Prosecutor's Office in Krakow, Poland.

The psychologists, James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, posted a response to a criminal complaint made by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which had alleged that the two men were behind "an experimental torture program for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency." While the ...
... a lawsuit Tuesday against the American psychologists who designed the CIA's torture techniques, in the first legal action to rely on the Senate Intelligence Committee's investigation of the government's interrogation program. The plaintiffs accused James Elmer Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen of torture, ...
James Elmer Mitchell, a former Air Force psychologist credited with teaching the CIA how to torture war on terror detainees in the 2000s, is the subject of an on-camera interview with VICE correspondent Kaj Larsen. This isn't the first time Dr. Mitchell has been profiled. We first heard about him in a 2005 ...
Dr James Elmer Mitchell has been called a war criminal and a torturer. He has been the subject of an ethics complaint, and his methods have been criticized in reports by two congressional committees and by the CIA's internal watchdog. But the retired air force psychologist insists he is not the monster ...

The historic ACLU lawsuit brought against psychologists James Elmer Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen, architects of the post-9/11 CIA torture ...
The lawsuit says James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, because of their role in the interrogation program and their presence at the ...
But the two men, James Elmer Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen, had once again moved to dismiss the case, arguing that the laws of war don't ...
... Department had been uncooperative in supplying James Elmer Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen with “documents critical to their defense.”.
The psychologists, James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, posted a response to a criminal complaint made by the American Civil ...
The plaintiffs accused James Elmer Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen of torture, cruel and degrading punishment, war crimes and conducting ...
James Elmer Mitchell, a former Air Force psychologist credited with teaching the CIA how to torture war on terror detainees in the 2000s, is the ...
Dr James Elmer Mitchell has been called a war criminal and a torturer. He has been the subject of an ethics complaint, and his methods have ...
The lawsuit says James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, because of their role in the interrogation program and their presence at the ...
But the two men, James Elmer Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen, had once again moved to dismiss the case, arguing that the laws of war don't ...
The psychologists, James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, posted a response to a criminal complaint made by the American Civil ...

James Elmer Mitchell, a former Air Force psychologist credited with teaching the CIA how to torture war on terror detainees in the 2000s, is the ...
Dr James Elmer Mitchell has been called a war criminal and a torturer. He has been the subject of an ethics complaint, and his methods have ...
President Donald Trump's administration is reportedly invoking executive powers to interfere in a lawsuit that aims to hold Americans accountable for their complicity in alleged torture.
The psychologists, James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, have denied wrongdoing. In January, they argued that while acting as agents of the CIA, they couldn't be sued for detention-related claims made by prisoners who were properly held as ...
The psychologists, James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, have denied wrongdoing. In January, they argued that while acting as agents of the CIA, they couldn't be sued for detention-related claims made by prisoners who were properly held as ...
But the two men, James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, had once again moved to dismiss the case, arguing that the laws of war don't allow courts to entertain private lawsuits against "agents" of the United States, let alone by those the ...
The case filed in October 2015 by two former detainees and the representative of a third who died in custody, being heard in the U.S.
In the October 2015 filing, the ACLU accused James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen of torture, cruel and degrading punishment, war crimes and conducting an "experimental torture program," as part of a "joint criminal enterprise" with the nation ...
In the October 2015 filing, the ACLU accused James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen of torture, cruel and degrading punishment, war crimes and conducting an "experimental torture program," as part of a "joint criminal enterprise" with the nation ...
The plaintiffs accused James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen of torture, cruel and degrading punishment, war crimes and conducting an "experimental torture program" as part of a "joint criminal enterprise" with the nation's top intelligence agency.
The motion to compel the documents, filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Monday, alleged that the CIA and Justice Department had been uncooperative in supplying James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen with "documents ...
Two psychologists who had worked as contractors for the CIA, James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, admitted in June via a response to the criminal complaint that they used techniques on Zubaydah that many, including President Barack Obama, ...
The psychologists, James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, posted a response to a criminal complaint made by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which had alleged that the two men were behind "an experimental torture program for the U.S.
Based on that theory, James Elmer Mitchell and John Jessen developed their enhanced interrogation program. The techniques which was used during interrogation, as Christian Science Monitor described, included slamming prisoners into walls, stuffing ...
The lawsuit targets clinical psychologists James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, who were hired by the CIA to design the torture program.
The psychologists, James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, will appear in federal court in Spokane, Washington on Friday.
The psychologists, James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, will appear in federal court in Spokane, Washington on Friday.
The victims' civil lawsuit alleges that psychologists James Elmer Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, independent contractors hired by the CIA, designed a brutal torture program that amounted to a "joint criminal enterprise".
De martelmethoden waaraan het drietal werd onderworpen, zijn in opdracht van de CIA bedacht door twee psychologen, James Elmer Mitchell en John 'Bruce' Jessen. Gevangenen werden onder andere ondergedompeld in ijskoud water, zaten in het ...
De martelmethoden waaraan het drietal werd onderworpen, zijn in opdracht van de CIA bedacht door twee psychologen, James Elmer Mitchell en John 'Bruce' Jessen. Gevangenen werden onder andere ondergedompeld in ijskoud water, zaten in het ...


 

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