ACLU Uses FOIA For ‘Historic’ Document Release

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For six years, the ACLU has used the Freedom of Information Act and lawsuits to fight for what the New York Times called the most successful release of government documents in the history of public disclosure, with 130,000 pages of previously secret documents released to date. The documents have produced many revelations, including battles between the FBI and military over the treatment of detainees
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