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Fein, Bruce. “Testimony Before the House Subcommittee on Intelligence,Information Sharing, and Terrorism Risk Assessment.” 1 April 2009.Feingold, Russell. “Statement of U.S. Senator Russ Feingold From the SenateFloor On the Reauthorization of the USA PATRIOT Act.” 14 December2005.Fine, Glenn A. “Testimony of the Inspector General, U.S. Department ofJustice, Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary.” 10 June 2008.Finn, Peter.-“Former Boy Soldier, Youngest Guantanamo Detainee, Heads TowardMilitary Tribunal.” The Washington Post. 10 February 2010.-“Obama Endorses Indefinite Detention Without Trial for Some.” TheWashington Post. 22 May 2009.Fisher, W. Jason. Targeted Killing, Norms, and International Law. 45 Colum. J.Transnational L. 711, 718-19 (2007).Fisk, Robert. “Cairo’s dirty war spills across Europe.” The Independent. 6December 1995.“Fix This Loophole.” The Washington Post. 10 February 2003.Gaziano, Todd. “The Use and Abuse of Executive Orders and OtherPresidential Directives.” The Heritage Foundation. 21 February 2001.Gellman, Barton. “CIA Weighs ‘Targeted Killing’ Missions.” The WashingtonPost. 28 October 2001.“German sues for CIA extradition.” BBC News. 9 June 2008.Gernan, Michael and Jay Stanley. “What’s Wrong with Fusion Centers?”ACLU. 5 December 2007.Gerth, Jeff. “Military Information War is Vast and Often Secretive.” The NewYork Times. 11 December 2005.Gillman, Todd J. “Dallas-Fort Worth area moves to top tier of terrorismtargets.” The Dallas Morning News. 10 December 2009.Glaberson, William. “U.S. May Revive Guantanamo Military Courts.” TheNew York Times. 1 May 2009.Glod, Maria and Eric Weiss. “Kasi Executed For CIA Slayings; U.S. Cautions OfPossible Attacks In Retaliation.” The Washington Post. 15 November 2002.Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs | Harvard Kennedy School159

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