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New York Times op-ed: “Lawyers Told Gina Haspel Torture Was Legal. But It Never Was.”

This May 9 op-ed was written by CERL Director Claire Finkelstein and CERL board member Dr. Stephen Xenakis, who assert that Haspel’s adherence to orders and legal advice does not absolve her from her involvement in torture and in the destruction of video evidence.

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