Editorial: United States’ shameful behavior: Suppresses release of torture photographs

Under the Protected National Security Document Act, enacted by the Obama administration in 2009 to cover the period September 2001 through January 2009, the United States Government has prohibited the release of photographs depicting 'enhanced interrogation techniques' – Torture – administered on enemy combatants taken into custody abroad by the U.S. military and/or its allied forces.
Barack Obama

This measure was taken when the Obama White House and its foreign policy implementation arm – State Department – lectures, advocates and even intimidates other countries to adopt accountability and transparency in their execution of domestic terrorism warfare often threatening to haul them before the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.

The Obama administration sponsored 2009 law ratified by the US Congress created a three-year (2009 to 2012) exemption from the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act. Continue>>>