Appeals court reverses ruling allowing CIA to refuse to confirm existence of drone records

  • Article by: FREDERIC J. FROMMER , Associated Press
  • Updated: March 15, 2013 - 11:21 PM
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freedomallMar. 15, 1312:31 PM

This country would be in severe trouble if it wasn't for the ACLU. Congrats ACLU, this is a win for all citizens!

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jd55604Mar. 15, 1312:46 PM

Nixon had fewer secrets than this current administration has. They constantly deny or obstruct any journalist’s attempts at reporting the news other than some self-serving fluff pieces. Transparency indeed.

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dlzabzMar. 15, 13 1:33 PM

These judges better not anger El Presidente otherwise they may be getting up close and personal with the drone program.

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netcutter2Mar. 15, 13 2:09 PM

New targets for the sporting clay stations?

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jdlellis1Mar. 15, 13 2:18 PM

Had this been the previous administration, Progressives would have been headed for munity in the streets! Myiopic zeal and hypocritical of the inability to chastise the current administation.

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bobblumenfelMar. 15, 13 2:22 PM

"the CIA said that merely confirming the existence of drone records would reveal classified information." In the paranoiac (perhaps necessarily so) world of intelligence, just admitting there's a CIA is nearly a breach of security.

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rudo1212Mar. 15, 13 2:30 PM

When reading an article, I immediately tune out at the first mention of the ACLU. Let's just say their track record doesn't exactly parallel rational thought.

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dlzabzMar. 15, 13 3:24 PM

The UN found that drones kill non-militant targets 18-23% of the time. Yet we give the President a Nobel peace prize and a pass on disclosure of this program?

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offtherecordMar. 15, 13 7:34 PM

So much for transparency in the Obama regime.

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hecklesMar. 16, 13 4:31 AM

jdlellis1, the progressives I know were attacking Obama over the drone program long before the media picked up the story.

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