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CCR Executive Director and President at "A Question of Impeachment" at the Culture Project

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Click on the link below to watch CCR Executive Director Vincent Warren, CCR President Michael Ratner, and others speak at an event held at the Culture Project in New York City on November 27, 2007.

The event, titled "A Question of Impeachment," focused on the Bush administration's use of torture and rendition in it so-called "war on terror."

Watch a video of the panel discussion.

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