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Irreversible Error: Executive Summary
Former Corrections Officials and Administrators Call for an Independent Inquiry by a Credible, Outside Third Party In Oklahoma’s Botched Execution
Statement of The Constitution Project on the Task Force to Review the Administration of Ohio’s Death Penalty
Supporters of Declassifying Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Report on CIA Detention and Interrogation Program
Sequestering Justice: How the Budget Crisis is Undermining Our Courts
Fact Sheet on Federal Indigent Defense Budget Cuts – Highlights
Statement to Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board on NSA Surveillance Programs
TCP Statement on IRS Activities
Lift the Veil of Secrecy on Targeted Killing
TCP’s Liberty and Security Committee released a statement on February 25 arguing that the Obama administration’s refusal to make public the legal rationale for its targeted killing of suspected terrorists violates constitutional principles of checks and balances, and calling on the president to release the rules of operation and all legal guidance about the program to Congress and the public.
Statement of The Constitution Project Submitted to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board
TCP suggests that the PCLOB should begin by focusing on the following three priority areas where independent review and oversight are most urgently needed: (1) programs whose very existence is classified and that remain largely if not entirely unknown to the public; (2) the targeted killing or drone program; and (3) programs that involve intelligence collection on, and government monitoring of, U.S. persons and their personal information.
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