Bush-era policies have quietly expanded under President Obama's administration

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"What we are learning is more sick details of torture tactics that most certainly were authorized and advocated at the highest levels of the Bush administration... President Obama has an extremely poor record of holding U.S. agents accountable.

 -- Jeremy Scahill, national security reporter for The Nation

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