Stand Up: Jonathan Freiman

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Monday, June 22, 2009

Detainee Wins Right To Push Legal Claim

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New Haven attorney Jonathan Freiman said the Bush administration lawyer who wrote memos justifying harsh interrogation techniques was involved in making policy and not simply providing 'neutral analysis of the law.'

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